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Quality & Safety In Pediatric ENT Panel Discussion
with Dr. Soham Roy, Dr. Jennifer Lavin and Dr. Jonathan Ida
Dr. Romaine Johnson from Children's Health in Dallas, TX brings together an all-star panel of pediatric ENT's to discuss the importance of continuous improvement of Quality and Safety in Pediatric ENT. Guests include Dr. Soham Roy, Dr. Jennifer Lavin and Dr. Jonathan Ida.
BackTable, LLC (Producer). (2021, January 7). Ep. 14 – Quality & Safety In Pediatric ENT Panel Discussion [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://www.backtable.com
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Dr. Soham Roy
Dr. Soham Roy is Director of Pediatric Otolaryngology at McGovern Medical School at UT Health Science Center at Houston.
Dr. Jennifer Lavin
Dr. Jennifer Lavin is an Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology at Northwestern University.
Dr. Jonathan Ida
Dr. Jonathan Ida is an Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology at Northwestern University.
Dr. Romaine Johnson
Dr. Romaine Johnson is a practicing ENT and Associate Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX.
Dr. Gopi Shah
Dr. Gopi Shah is a practicing ENT at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX.
In this episode, Dr. Soham Roy, Dr. Jennifer Lavin, and Dr. Jonathan Ida join hosts Dr. Romaine Johnson and Dr. Gopi Shah to discuss quality improvement (QI) and safety in pediatric ENT.
Dr. Roy emphasizes the importance of transforming quality metrics data into personalized stories to help convey the significance of QI efforts. The panel discusses best practices including a focus on understanding the nuances of a problem prior to identifying solutions, implementing solutions in a manner in which deviations are made more difficult, and maintaining a commitment to continual QI which is a cyclical process with no defined endpoint.
The discussion then evolves to highlight the impact of the COVID pandemic on QI efforts, the urgency with which protocols were developed in its immediate aftermath, as well as looking towards the impact of the pandemic on future care delivery. The panel delves into the ongoing need for studies to explore the gaps in knowledge which are often identified in clinical consensus statements. They conclude by providing advice on how to align QI efforts with broader institutional goals.
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