AIDET: A Communication Tool for Physicians

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Introduction

This activity was planned and produced in accordance with the Wisconsin Medical Society Essential Areas,Elements and Policies.

Aurora Health Care is accredited by the Wisconsin Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Aurora Health Care designates this internet enduring activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity

Introduction

The principal faculty and their credentials

Kathryn K Leonhardt, MD, MPH
Patient Safety Officer
Medical Director, Care Management
Aurora Health Care
Dr. Leonhardt has no relevant financial relationships to disclose

Target audience

All caregivers who practice at Aurora facilities

Topics and educational content

The goal is to achieve a satisfaction score of 65th percentile rank which would be a significant improvement over the current state. An increase in Patient Satisfaction on the Physician Communication domain must be demonstrated. Participants will also demonstrate an improvement in skills based on a post assessment completed by a self-assessment and/or by the Course Director in a follow up observation.

Purpose for the enduring material

The current state is low percentile rank on the Physician Communication domain in each of the patient satisfaction surveys used at Aurora (HCAHPS (Hospital): 56th; CGCAHPS (clinics): 48th ; ED: 63rd ; UC/WIC: 47th) and the desired state is 65th percentile rank. By the end of 2013, we desire to achieve a patient satisfaction score of 65th percentile rank.

Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Translate the impact of poor communication on the patient satisfaction scores and the impact on physicians' practice
  • State the AIDET acronym terms and definitions
  • List the evidence-based results of effective communication between caregivers and patients

Hardware and Software Requirements
To complete this activity, the participant will require access to Microsoft PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat Reader, internet browser and a printer.

Method of learner participation in the learning process
Post-test

Estimated time to complete the educational activity
60 minutes

Bibliographic Sources for Further Study

Original release date
August 2013

Most recent review date
July 2013

CME approval date
July 2013

Termination date
August 2015

Verification of participation
Evaluation form

Credit certificate
The participant is required to receive a passing score of 100% and complete a program evaluation in order to receive credit. Log on to www.Aurora.org/cmetranscript to obtain a copy of your CME transcript.

For questions regarding the Enduring Material

  • For content questions contact Nikole Carter 262-787-2763
  • For technical questions, contact Carrie Rasberry at 414-389-2414
  • For credentialing questions, contact Aurora's Continuing Professional Development Office at 414-525-2530

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