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Appendix II 

 

Section - I

Quality Standards for Services Delivery

Holy Cross Hospital

Ingalls Hospital

Jackson Park Hospital

 

Loretto Hospital

Norwegian American Hospital

Roseland Community Hospital

Upon hiring, all Nursing Staff shall undergo Orientation & Competency assessment by validated trainer (i.e., CADC) and must demonstrate a working knowledge of the following core curriculum:

 

 

Sacred Heart Hospital

None Submitted.

South Shore Hospital

St. Bernard Hospital

(In collaboration with Family Guidance Centers, Inc)

 

St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital

Submitted recommendations for Recovery Support Services (Section IV)

Thorek Memorial Hospital

 

Section - II

Admission Criteria for Detoxification Services

Holy Cross Hospital

Ingalls Hospital

Jackson Park Hospital

Loretto Hospital

Established in accordance with ASAM criteria, Level IV-D, Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Detoxification inpatient center. This level provides 24-hour care in acute care inpatient settings.

Norwegian American Hospital

Roseland Community Hospital

All detoxification services should firmly adhere to the standardized criteria set forth by Interqual. Interqual is the most widely utilized criteria in several states to-date. It has recently transformed from the long used Severity of Illness (SI) and Intensity of Service (IS) philosophies, to an integrated process focused on evidence-based measures. Particular attention should be focused on the following symptoms:

Sacred Heart Hospital

None Submitted.

South Shore Hospital

Patient is considered for inpatient detoxification also because of other medical conditions that would make admission to an outpatient program inappropriate. Inpatient care is considered also because of the specific treatments that may be administered based on severity of health problem. Because of the medications and treatments that some patients will need to be administered they cannot be served as outpatients. Some complications are COPD, HIV, seizure disorder, CHF-congestive heart failure, and diabetes and asthma patients.

 

Use the "facility home team" to direct patient to quality healthcare [CCEs] during recovery.

St. Bernard Hospital

(In collaboration with Family Guidance Centers, Inc.)

St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital

Submitted recommendations in Section IV

Thorek Memorial Hospital

Section - III

Diversion to Alternative Service Settings

Holy Cross Hospital

Ingalls Hospital

Jackson Park Hospital

Loretto Hospital

Norwegian American Hospital

Roseland Community Hospital

Sacred Heart Hospital

None Submitted.

South Shore Hospital

Submitted list of Recovery Support issues in lieu of Alternate Service Setting.

St. Bernard Hospital

(In collaboration with Family Guidance Centers, Inc.)

St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital

Submitted recommendations in Section IV

Thorek Memorial Hospital

Section - IV

Recovery Support Services

Holy Cross Hospital

Ingalls Hospital

Jackson Park Hospital

After care referral resources must be specific to each client's needs. At Jackson Park Hospital a wide range of community or after care referral options exist. Examples are:

JPH makes every effort to maintain continuity of care where applicable and provides for referrals to support resources within the clients / patients community.

Loretto Hospital

Norwegian American Hospital

Submitted listing of providers for the following services:

Roseland Community Hospital

Submitted listing of providers for the following services:

Sacred Heart Hospital

Long term recovery treatment would primarily provide daily group meetings, community information, and recreations introducing patients to computer usage. Encouraging patients to seek employment. Providing information about expunging felony/criminal records.

South Shore Hospital

St. Bernard Hospital

(In collaboration with Family Guidance Centers, Inc.)

This model espouses the belief that recovery from mental and substance abuse disorders is a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.

This model goes beyond the role of a 'sponsor.' The Illinois Division of Mental Health has over the past 5-7 years moved forward with this type initiative, and it merits further consideration and adaptation for the substance abuse recovery movement.

Reference: S.A.M.H.S.A. News, Fall 2012, Volume 20, Number 3, provides an extensive conversation on this topic.

St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital

 

Thorek Memorial Hospital