Cardiologists, emergency medicine physicians, internists, NPs, PAs, pharmacists
Stuart Russell, MD
Stuart Russell, MD
Professor of Medicine
Regional Director of Heart Failure
Duke University School of Medicine
Durham, North CarolinaBio
Stuart Russell, MD, is a Professor of Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine and the Regional Director of Heart Failure. He went to medical school at the University of Washington, did his training at Johns Hopkins (Internal Medicine), Duke (Cardiology), and UCLA (Heart transplantation). He returned to Duke 2 years ago after running the Heart Failure and Transplant program at Johns Hopkins for the prior 15 years. He currently is devoting much of his non-clinical effort to reducing heart failure admissions and readmissions across the Duke Health System hospitals. He is an expert on the treatment of heart failure and has a research interest in exercise physiology in heart failure and left ventricular assist devices.
Nisha A. Gilotra, MD
Nisha A. Gilotra, MD
Director, Heart Failure Bridge Clinic
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Division of Cardiology, Section of Advanced Heart Failure and Transplantation
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Nisha A. Gilotra, MD, is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Cardiology, Section of Advanced Heart Failure and Transplantation at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where she leads the efforts in Heart Failure Disease Management. Her clinical and academic focus is in heart failure process improvement, including transitions of care. She serves as the Director of the Johns Hopkins Heart Failure Bridge Clinic, a post-hospital disease management program and diuresis clinic that aims to reduce heart failure related hospitalizations. Dr. Gilotra also serves on the Johns Hopkins Heart Failure Quality Improvement Committee and the Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality’s Heart Failure Clinical Community. Additionally, she is the Johns Hopkins principal investigator for several heart failure related clinical trials, and has expertise in cardiac sarcoidosis, myocarditis, heart transplantation and mechanical circulatory support. Dr. Gilotra received her medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, PA. She completed her medical residency, general cardiology fellowship and advanced heart failure fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
|1.||Define performance measures from the National Quality Forum (NQF) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that are relevant to heart failure (HF) readmissions||2.||Identify patients with HF who are at greatest risk of health complications and hospitalizations|
|3.||Develop a coordinated multidisciplinary plan for interventions that have been shown to be effective in reducing 30-day hospital readmissions in patients with HF||4.||Identify data available in your clinical setting and metrics your clinical team will use to evaluate performance improvement in HF hospital readmissions|
|1.||Define performance measures from the National Quality Forum (NQF) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that are relevant to heart failure (HF) readmissions|
|2.||Identify patients with HF who are at greatest risk of health complications and hospitalizations|
|3.||Develop a coordinated multidisciplinary plan for interventions that have been shown to be effective in reducing 30-day hospital readmissions in patients with HF|
|4.||Identify data available in your clinical setting and metrics your clinical team will use to evaluate performance improvement in HF hospital readmissions|
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