TABLE 2

Essential Elements

SiteNo. of Patients Enrolled in Pilot PhaseNo. of Technology-Supported Patients Enrolled in Pilot PhaseTotal No. Discharged Patients From Pediatric Hospitalist Service in 2014Patient TypeHospital TypePediatric Medical/ Surgical Beds (Exluding Newborn and ICU)EHR TypeTransmission of Discharge SummariesWho Performs Postdischarge Phone CallsStart Date for Bundle ImplementationPCP Survey Sent
A1264154971All patients on pediatric hospitalist service including technology-supportedChildren’s hospital within a larger hospital39EpicOn attending physician signature:95% patients called by 1 of 2 transition nursesJanuary 2014June 2015
Automatic route to Epic providersPatients who receive primary care from hospital- based resident clinic (∼5%) called by clinic nurse
Automatic fax to non-Epic providers
B43302892Age <1 y, asthmaFree-standing children’s hospital160EpicOn attending physician signatureMajority of patients called by 2 designated study nursesJanuary 2014March 2015
Automatic route to Epic providersRarely calls performed by other study medical providers
Automatic fax to non-Epic providers
C615441323Technology-supported patientsChildren’s hospital within larger hospital30AllScriptsCalling PCPNurses are expected to call all dischargesApril 2014March 2015
Asthma
Age <2 y
D2891594317Technology-supported patientsFree-standing children’s hospital115CernerUnit clerk faxesOutpatient special needs clinic care coordinatorDecember 2014May 2015
Non–technology-supported patients who attend special needs clinic