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SIBR Readiness Index

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Determine your Organisational Readiness Score.

1. Are SIBR rounds considered part of the strategic plan for the organisation?

2. Which executive leaders would identify themselves as a sponsor of the SIBR care model in the organisation? Tick all that apply.

3. Has a Project Charter been completed with an executive sponsor for the first SIBR unit?

4. Within what time horizon does leadership aspire to launch the SIBR unit?

5.  Is the hospital actively engaged in achieving Magnet status (or already a Magnet hospital)?

6.  Has the physician chief of service for the target SIBR unit committed to the unit-based teams determining physician-patient assignments?

7. Has the target unit been identified?

8.  Is Bed Control leadership committed to daily support in order to maintain unit-based physician teams?

 


Score guide:

70-80 points - Ready
40-60 points - Close to being ready
< 40 points - Not yet ready


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Determine your Unit Readiness Score.

1. Does the target unit have unit-based physician teams (i.e. the unit has physician teams dedicated primarily to that unit)?

2a. Has the nurse unit manager for the target unit expressed a commitment to develop the SIBR care model?

2b. Has a physician medical director been identified and/or announced to support the nurse unit manager?

3. Have executive leadership and unit leadership distributed a written and a verbal message to both the nursing and medical staff of the SIBR unit explaining why it will be created, what is involved, how it will affect them, and how they can contribute?

4. Has a specific date for the launch of the future SIBR unit been set and widely communicated to the nursing and medical staff of the unit, as well as Bed Control leadership?

5. Has hospital leadership already provided SIBR training to more than 90% of the entire staff of the future SIBR unit?

 


Score guide:

60 points target - Ready to launch
40-55 points target - Could be ready soon
< 40 points - Not yet ready




 

How to use:

If the Organisational Readiness Score (page 1) indicates “Probably ready now” then the Unit Readiness Score (Page 2) becomes relevant. If the Unit Readiness Score indicates “target ACU ready to launch”, a successful ACU launch can be most readily achieved.

Organisational Readiness Score

70-80 points Probably ready now

40-60 points Could be ready quite soon

<40 points Uncertain readiness

SIBR Readiness Index
Is SIBR written into the official strategic plan for the organisation?
Which executive leaders would identify themselves as a sponsor of SIBR in the organisation? Check all that apply (10 points for >2 executives, 0 points for 0 executives)
For the first SIBR has a Project Charter been completed with the executive sponsor?
Within what time horizon does executive leadership aspire to launch the SIBR?
Is the hospital with the target SIBR actively engaged in achieving Magnet status, or already a Magnet hospital?
Has the doctor chief of service for the target SIBRs committed to the unit-based teams determining doctor-patient assignments?
Has the target unit to launch as a SIBR been identified?
Is Bed Control leadership committed to daily support in order to maintain unit-based doctor teams?
Does the target SIBR have unit-based doctor teams (i.e. the unit has doctor teams dedicated primarily to that unit)?
Has the nurse unit manager for the target SIBR expressed a commitment to develop the SIBR model?
Has a doctor medical director been identified and/or announced to support the nurse unit manager of the SIBR?
Have executive leadership and unit leadership distributed a written and a verbal message to both the nursing and medical staff of the SIBR explaining why an SIBR will be created, what is involved, how it will affect them, and how they can contribute?
Has a specific date for the launch of the future SIBR been set and widely communicated to the nursing and medical staff of the unit, as well as Bed Control leadership?
Has hospital leadership already provided ACU training to more than 90% of the entire staff of the future SIBR?
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