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The 4M's Framework: MEDICATION with Ayo Bankole PhD, RN and Tahira I. Lodhi MD "Do the Brown Bag with your pharmacist too; because there are drug-drug interactions, drug-food interactions, and drug-supplement interactions to be aware of. Make sure that you're very clear about everything you are taking" — Melissa Batchelor, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FGSA, FAAN We all hear about the increasing rates of health care services and how costly prescription medications can be, especially for older adults. But these costs can grow higher if you don't take the prescription correctly. The figures are especially troubling for older adults. Roughly 23% of nursing home admissions are attributed to an older individual's failure to self-manage their prescribed drugs at home. About 21% of drug-related health problems are induced by patients, whether by mistake or failing to stick to their prescription regimens. Also, while having their medicines, up to 58 % of older adults commit some fundamental mistake, with 26% committing errors. These statistics are alarming, and that is the primary reason why Medication is such a critical part of the 4M's Framework and part the Age-Friendly Systems are highly encouraged in nursing homes and health care systems. In today's episode, we are joined by Drs. Ayo Bankole PhD, RN, and Tahira I. Lodhi, MD. Join us as we engage in meaningful discussions about one component of the 4M's Framework: Medication and learn how to make sure that your medications are age-friendly. Part One of 'The 4M's Framework: MEDICATION'. Overview of Medication as an Essential Component of the 4M's Framework In implementing the 4M's Framework to achieve an age-friendly healthcare system, we want to ensure that Medication does not interfere with the other M's, which are: What Matters, Mentation and Mobility across care settings. To do that, we should have a clear definition of the terms associated with the medication. Two of these terms are polypharmacy and medication reconciliation. What is Polypharmacy? Tahira I. Lodhi MD explained that polypharmacy is too many medications in simple terms. She also said that when you see a patient with a medication that does not have a corresponding diagnosis documented, that's also polypharmacy by one definition. "Whichever situation you are in, whether you are by the bedside in the hospital, in outpatient or long-term care settings, be very aware of the definitions of polypharmacy and be ready to address them." -Tahira I. Lodhi, MD (03:21-03:35) What is Medication Reconciliation? Ayo Bankole, PhD, RN, expounded that medication reconciliation involves reviewing the medications a patient is taking and comparing them to the medicines on file. Medication reconciliation ensures no discrepancies, such as medication duplication, missing prescriptions, and inappropriate medications. Patient Education: Things to Look for or to Report to a Provider Use a Medication Administration Sheet When you get that medication list from the hospital or your provider, it often comes in a list. This can be overwhelming, so using a “real time” document can help reduce medication errors - particularly if there is more than one person trying to help the older adult. Write down your medications in the order you would need to take them in a day, rather than trying to use the list in the format typically given to patients. And write [Can we link this form? 🤍 Crystal - we created this document for EP21, but doesn’t seem to be included in the brand article? Keep a Medication List With that, Ayo Bankole PhD, RN suggests keeping a medication list. Your medication list should include the following; Any medications you're taking, and this includes vitamins and supplements or herbal supplements. The medication list is not only the medicines that are prescribed by a physician or a nurse practitioner. It also includes other medications that might be over-the-counter supplements that your patient might be taking. Include the name of the medications you are taking, the dose, and where the medicine is used. Include the name of the prescribing doctor Have phone numbers of your pharmacist or your doctors on the list as well. Teach the “Brown Bag” Review Aside from keeping medication lists, Tahira I. Lodhi MD also suggests teaching patients the Brown Bag review. She pointed out that doing the Brown Bag Review leads your patient to gather all the medications, put them in the bag, and bring them on every visit. Once they are in the clinic, either your medical assistant or you take out those medications, put them on a table where the patient can see them. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE: 🤍
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The 4M's Framework: MENTATION with Tahira I. Lodhi MD “She’s just not right today”. When referring to an older adult, this simple phrase should be a signal to family and formal caregivers alike to begin to find out why. If a child “wasn’t right” one day, no one would ignore it - and we cannot ignore it in an older adult. An altered mental state is a broad term for geriatric patients having issues with their cognitive level. Essentially, for older adults with altered mental states, early detection and diagnosis are essential, as the source could be life-threatening. In line with that, today's episode of This Is Getting Old, will focus on continuing our special series on the Health Systems Initiative and the 4Ms Framework, explicitly talking about MENTATION. Dr. Tahira I. Lodhi joins us, and we'll talk more about providing health care services to older adults with the limelight on the spheres of Mentation. Also check out these related podcasts: Ten Warning Signs of Dementia Six Tips for Talking to Someone You Think Has a Memory Problem How Dementia is Diagnosed Ten Tips for Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease How to Manage Repetitive Behaviors in Alzheimer’s Disease Part One of 'The 4M's Framework: MENTATION'. THE SPHERES OF MENTATION Mentation is about preventing, identifying, treating, and appropriately managing what is referred to as the 3D's in geriatrics; dementia, delirium, and depression. The 3D's are a cornerstone of geriatrics, and it can be challenging to tease these three apart when providing care to an older adult. There are several characteristics in common with depression, dementia, and delirium. Apathy, detachment, and tearfulness can be present in both depression and delirium, especially hypoactive delirium. However, a reliable indicator lies with the onset and duration. The onset of dementia is slow and insidious. However, deterioration is progressive over time. Delirium develops unexpectedly (for hours or days), and manifestations appear to fluctuate during the day. While a change in mood persisting for at least two weeks characterizes the onset of depression. The duration may coincide with life changes and can last for months or years. DELVING DEEPER INTO MENTATION DEPRESSION It is necessary to remember that depression is not an unavoidable aspect of becoming older, nor is it an indication of failure or character defects. Regardless of your history or past successes in life, it can happen to everyone, at any age. While life changes when you age, retirement, loved ones' demise, deteriorating health may also induce depression. TOOLS FOR ASSESSING DEPRESSION For health care providers, it's essential to recognize depression. You can use several instruments, like PHQ-2, PHQ-9, and other Geriatric Depression Scales, to assess depression in older adults. PHQ-2 (Patient Health Questionnaire-2) uses a valid and reliable depression screening tool for all ages. In comparison, a PHQ-9 is a screening test that can also be used to follow-up on a promising PHQ-2 outcome and to track response to therapy. SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF DEPRESSION IN OLDER ADULTS Recognizing depression starts with getting familiar with the signs and symptoms. Red flags for depression include: Sadness or feelings of hopelessness. Unexplained aches and aggravated pains Lack of interest in hobbies or socializing. Loss of weight or appetite. Feelings of desperation or helplessness. Lack of encouragement and energy. Sleep disruptions Slowed movement or discourse. Fixation on death; suicidal thoughts. Problems with memory. Neglecting personal treatment READ THE FULL ARTICLE TO LEARN WHAT TO DO: PREVENTIVE MEASURES AS FAMILY MEMBERS OR CAREGIVERS. 🤍
The 4M's Framework: WHAT MATTERS with Tahira I. Lodhi MD "WHAT MATTERS means knowing what's important to an older adult, so that we can align care to specific health outcomes and the care preferences that are including but not limited to end of life care and across all care settings." -Melissa Batchelor, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FGSA, FAAN Everyone involved in healthcare has their hands full most of the time—especially with COVID-19. Health care providers in an Age-Friendly Health System should ask older adults WHAT MATTERS to them - regardless of the care setting. Today we are continuing the special series on the Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative and the 4M's Framework, explicitly discussing WHAT MATTERS. Dr. Tahira Lodhi joins me, and she'll be expounding more about WHAT MATTERS as a vital component of an Age-Friendly Health System. Part One of ‘The 4M's Framework: WHAT MATTERS'. About Tahira I. Lodhi MD Tahira I. Lodhi, MD, is an assistant professor in Geriatrics and Palliative Care at George Washington University. She graduated from medical school in 1999 and received her Family Medicine training at Virginia Commonwealth University and Geriatrics Fellowship Training at George Washington University. Dr. Lodhi's interest is in geriatric primary care practice and teaching. Since graduating from Fellowship in Geriatrics in 2011, she has had medical students, residents, and fellows join her in traditional and non-traditional settings. These include hospitals, clinics, classrooms, assisted living, and post-acute long-term care settings. Aside from that, she's also interested in workflow improvement in healthcare systems by deploying available technology. Her goal is to help her patients get simplified, patient-centered care while collaborating with an interdisciplinary team. A Closer Look at WHAT MATTERS of the 4M's Framework WHAT MATTERS means to know and align care with the older adult's specific health outcome goals and care preferences, including, but not limited to, end-of-life care and across care settings. Why WHAT MATTERS is an Integral Aspect of Care? When asked about this question, Dr. Tahira Lodhi explained that without WHAT MATTERS of the 4M's Framework, health care providers often lose sight of their patient's priorities. She said, "I can sit here and prescribe whatever I want, but if my patient is not taking it, then I don't change anything. The outcomes do not change." Creating that partnership with your patient is imperative to know what's essential for them as providers. If you don't ask your patients what matters to them, you won't answer that question of their health. All of these play a role in WHAT MATTERS for your patients. "Having conversations at a human level with your patient is very important. Keep in mind that your patient is not the labs or the diseases or diagnosis they have. They're a human being who wants to have a conversation with another human being." —Tahira Lodhi, MD How to Initiate Conversation? As a healthcare provider, in initiating conversations with your patients, keep in mind that this may not be one conversation that you can complete in one visit or one sitting. The critical piece is to start having those discussions. Your patients will appreciate it if you’re more open to communicating with them. Start having conversations as simple as; What is most important to you? What can I do for you as a provider? What do you want me to do to help you make your quality of life better? Ask them if they miss a medication dose. What do you want to focus on while you are in the nursing home so that you can visit your grandchildren more often? What are your most important goals in case your health situation worsens? Part Two of 'The 4M's Framework: WHAT MATTERS'. The Essence of Documenting WHAT MATTERS to your Patients It's crucial to document WHAT MATTERS to your patient, especially in your EHR (electronic health record). Also, when you organize your care plan around the 4M's, it easier for other providers to know which part to go to when they sift through the medical records. Putting it in a place where other providers can see it quickly would be very important. Places, where you can put it, could be on a whiteboard for your patient in assisted living or a nursing home setting. What to Include in the Documentation? Preferred name Preferred Pronouns Favorite Foods Favorite Activities Things that comfort the older adult Assistive Devices needed (glasses, dentures, hearing aids) Names and phone numbers of family members/ caregivers "Care providers sometimes put our agenda aside. Our agenda doesn't matter so much if the person is unwilling or not ready to talk to us (about What Matters)." - Melissa Batchelor, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FGSA, FAAN READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT 🤍
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Better care for older adults starts with the 4Ms of age-friendly care. The 4Ms of age-friendly care are What Matters, Medication, Mentation and Mobility. Watch the video to dive into what each of these mean in the context of improving care for older adults.
Drs. Sarah Ross and Jennifer Severance, representing The University of North Texas Health Science Center Department of Internal Medicine and Geriatrics and Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, discuss the Age-Friendly 4M Framework and methods to enhance online education related to geriatrics. Presented at Educating Leaders 2021, the AACOM Annual Conference, April 21 – 23, 2021.
Drs. Sarah Ross and Jennifer Severance, representing The University of North Texas Health Science Center Department of Internal Medicine and Geriatrics and Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, discuss the Age-Friendly 4M Framework and methods to enhance online education related to geriatrics. Presented at Educating Leaders 2021, the AACOM Annual Conference, April 21 – 23, 2021.
Strength and mobility are vital facets of life, but they are often taken for granted. When you experience a mobility restriction, that’s when people become more mindful of its value. For older adults, mobility issues are strongly linked to falls, social isolation, feelings of loneliness, stress, chronic disease, weight deterioration, and loss of bone mass. Mobility restrictions are also known predictors of mortality. Older adults prefer to be independent, but this may be difficult if they are experiencing mobility problems. In today's episode, we will discuss MOBILITY as a continuation of our special series on the 4M's Framework of the Age-friendly Health Care Systems. With me is Dr. Tahira I. Lodhi, and we're inviting you to join us and discover how to implement MOBILITY in your care plan for older adults properly. Part One of 'The 4M's Framework: MOBILITY'. About Tahira I. Lodhi MD Tahira I. Lodhi, MD, is an assistant professor at the University of George Washington for Geriatrics and Palliative Care. In 1999, she graduated from medical school and received her Family Medicine training at Virginia Commonwealth University and her Geriatrics Fellowship Training at George Washington University. Dr. Lodhi's expertise is in the training and practice of primary care geriatrics. She’s often involved in developing workflows in healthcare systems and aims to support her patients to receive streamlined, patient-centered services. What MOBILITY is All About? When we say MOBILITY, we're talking about the movement of patients in their environment. It is an indicator of how well your patient can live independently in the community and their own homes. Moreover, MOBILITY for older adults is about moving naturally. It's not like training for marathons. But the movement is essential. It has to do with how well they walk and their balance and strength—how well older adults can get around matters. "For every day that an older adult spends in bed, it takes them about three weeks to recover. So daily movement is essential." -Melissa Batchelor, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, FGSA, FAAN. How to Maintain MOBILITY: What To Do and Things To Look Out For Awareness of Your Patient's Life Space Your patient's living space tells you how mobile or interactive they are with their surroundings. Care providers must know whether the patient is traveling in the community, taking public transport, going places, or confined to the home to assisted living or nursing home. That life space concept is essential to determine how functional your patients are. A clear understanding of your patient's life space minimizes the onset of disability in the future and has been associated with a decline in certain medical conditions like COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). Looking Out for Elements that may Cause Falls The primary goal of incorporating MOBILITY into older adults’ health care plans is for them to be independent and have ease in moving around. As their care providers, make sure the environment they are in is safe enough and there are not, for example, area rugs that could cause potential falls. See to it that your patients have spaces where they can move around in their environment. Likewise, consider your patient's engagement with the broader community, their neighborhood, and also within their own home. These are built environments that need safety assessments. Like how safe are the sidewalks? Do they need adaptive equipment? Encourage Daily Movement Another way to maintain MOBILITY among older adults is by encouraging them to move daily. Any increased activity level from baseline is best, but the goals and targets for older adults are 30 minutes of regular to moderate level physical activity, five days a week. That could be something as simple as walking on a level surface for 30 minutes a day. "What I tell my patients is if they aren't doing that level of activity, they can start with as low as five minutes a day and build it up slowly," says Dr. Tahira I. Lodhi Take Advantage of Technology to Monitor the MOBILITY In helping your patients reach the goal of walking at least 30 minutes continuously, some technologies can help. An Apple Watch, for instance, will tell you when it's time for them to get up and do something. Both the Apple Watch and FitBits, when worn on the wrist, monitor the number of steps taken, prompts the user to walk, documents sleep, and in some versions analyze heart rates. Managing Impairments that Reduces MOBILITY Read the full article at 🤍melissabphd.com/podcast-blog
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Change Management models are guidelines to help you successfully lead change. The 10 models we'll cover are: 1. Kotter’s 8-step Change Model 01:36 2. Lewin’s Change Model aka Unfreeze, Change, Refreeze 02:24 3. The PDCA Cycle aka Deming Cycle 03:04 4. McKinsey 7S Framework 04:00 5. ADKAR Model of Change 05:33 6. Nudge Theory 06:15 7. Satir Change Model 07:10 8. Bridges Transition Model 08:04 9. The Change Curve 08:48 10. Maurer 3 Levels of Resistance 09:11 Follow the links below for a more detailed look at each of the models: 1. Kotter’s 8-step Change Model: 🤍 2. Lewin’s Change Model aka Unfreeze, Change, Refreeze: 🤍 3. The PDCA Cycle aka Deming Cycle: 🤍 4. McKinsey 7S Framework: 🤍 5. ADKAR Model of Change: 🤍 6. Nudge Theory: 🤍 7. Satir Change Model: 🤍 8. Bridges Transition Model: 🤍 9. The Change Curve: 🤍 10. Maurer 3 Levels of Resistance: no article yet... sorry To learn more, you can read our companion article to this video here: 🤍 Subscribe to Our Channel: 🤍
If you've found this video helpful, you're gonna LOVE our free course at 🤍 click the link for more info. What's the best way to use Victor Cheng's Business Situation Framework? In which case interview situations should you use it and in which situations you CANNOT use it? Is this framework MECE? These are some of the questions that came to me as I was preparing for case interviews. After getting an offer at McKinsey and Bain and coaching hundreds of candidates to do the same, here are some of the things that I found: 3:34 You should only use this framework in Business Competitive Strategy cases. Why? Because it is a framework derived from the 3Cs model, which is a model to describe a business competitive strategy situation. That means the business situation framework won't work if the case is on a public sector case, or in a non-strategy business case or on a non-competitive strategy case. 5:50 You should HEAVILY adapt this framework for your own specific situation. Using the "vanilla" framework as Victor Cheng teaches it just won't cut it. You'll do a structure similar to every candidate and miss key insights from the case. 7:57 Focus on making your framework MECE *enough* A lot of people try to be 100% MECE, but you'll never be if you use a conceptual framework such as this one. Instead, focus on making it MECE *enough*! That is, touching the KEY areas of importance to your client, not every single factor that might cause trouble to them. 10:01 Think of this framework as TRAINING WHEELS The Business Situation framework is NOT the end-all-be-all framework to use in case interviews. It will NOT help you differentiate yourself from other candidates. Instead, it is a framework that helps you GET STARTED. Just like training wheels for riding bicycles. Use them at first, to get started. But eventually, make an effort to outgrow them! * Here's the book I mentioned in the video (The Mind of the Strategist): 🤍 [Not an affiliate link] * If you've liked this video, make sure you click the Like button and leave a comment below! (This lets Youtube know this video's good and will make it show it to more people). If you want to hear more from us, click Subscribe (and click the Alarm Bell button if you want to get notified whenever we release a new video). If you have any questions, ask it in the comments below - I'll read and answer each one of them and may even make a video about it, who knows! And if you know someone (or someones) who might benefit from our videos, make sure you share it using the Share button next to the Like button. Bruno
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