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PRR ADC01551-01588 - Monthly Compliance Rpts - 2013-07 - ASPC-Yuma (redacted), AZ DOC, 2013

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July 2013 YUMA COMPLEX
audit tool per audit results.
10/11/13 Update – VS will include weight when appropriate.
5 Are referrals to providers from sick call being seen within seven (7) days? [P-E-07]
Level 1 Amber User: Anthony Medel Date: 7/23/2013 10:17:00 AM
Corrective Plan: See October action plan as submitted by Corizon.
Corrective Actions: October Action plan submitted by Corizon1.In-service all staff including providers on Sick Call 2.20.2.2 contract performance outcome 5
(Sick Call Attachment); Seen by Physician or Midlevel within 7 days
a.Agenda/sign off sheet to verify
2.Monitoring (Sick Call Monitoring Tool)
a.Audit tools developed
b.Weekly site results discussed with RVP
c.Audit results discussed a monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
Responsible Parties = FHA/DON/Medical Director/RDCQI/RVP
Target Date- 11/30/13
Continue to monitor weekly x 3 weeks, monthly until within compliance, then quarterly; monitoring frequency using
audit tool per audit results.

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Corrective Actions: October Action plan submitted by Corizon1.Standardized monitoring process
2.Communicate expectations via FHA/DON at quarterly training Regional office and obtain sign
off sheet to verify
3.Monitoring (UM Audit Tool)
a.Audit tools developed
b.Weekly site results discussed with RVP
c.Audit results discussed a monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
Responsible Parties =ARMD/RDON/RVP/RDCQI/DON/
Target Date-11/30/13
Continue to monitor weekly x 3 weeks, monthly until within compliance, then quarterly; monitoring frequency using
audit tool per audit results.

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f.Inventory control
g.Stock Medications
h.Practitioner Cards (Appendis I.1.h.)
i.Controlled Medications (Appendix I.1.i.)
2.In-service staff
a.Using information from 8/19 - 11/13 Regional office mandatory in-service and PharmaCorr
policy
b.Agenda/sign off sheet to verify, inclusive of all pertinent staff (Appendix I.2.b.)
3.Monitoring (Appendix I. - IV Monitoring Tools)
a.Audit tools developed
b.Weekly site results discussed with RVP
c.Audit results discussed a monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
Responsible Parties = FHA/DON/IC/RDCQI/RVP
Target Date-11/30/13
Continue to monitor weekly x 3 weeks, monthly until within compliance, then quarterly; monitoring frequency using
audit tool per audit results.
10/11/13 Update – Statewide in Sept Redbook and MAR audit, results reviewed; to audit pharmacy in October
related to Controlled Substances and Expired meds.

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b.Weekly site results discussed with RVP/MH Director
c.Audit results discussed at monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
Responsible Parties = FHA/DON/Mental Health Director/RVP/RDON/RDCQI/MH Lead
Target Date -11/30/13
Continue to monitor weekly x 3 weeks, monthly until within compliance, then quarterly; monitoring frequency using
audit tool per audit results.
10/11/13 Update – Educator and Dr. Shaw training all RNs on basic mental health and medical assessment; Eyman
completed.
3 Are MH treatment plans updated every 90 days for each SMI inmate, and at least every 12 months for all
other MH-3 and above inmates? [CC 2.20.2.10]
Level 1 Red User: Jessica Raak Date: 7/30/2013 4:47:20 PM
Corrective Plan: See October action plan as submitted by Corizon.
Corrective Actions: October Action plan submitted by Corizon1.In-service staff on process expectations per Mental Health 2.20.2.10 contract performance
outcome 3(Mental Health Attachment) related to treatment plan updates every 90 days and use of
SMI monthly report tool
a.SMI monthly report tool will be maintained by the MH Clinicians to assist with tracking
appointments; copy given to MH Leader monthly and submitted to MH Directly monthly to track
and trend (III.1.a. SMI Monthly Report)
b.Review AIMS and update when changes in MH status
c.Inmates with mental health score of three or above are seen by MH staff per policy
titled “Levels of Mental Health Services Delivery” (Appendix III.1.c.)
d.Agenda/sign off sheet to verify, inclusive of all pertinent staff
2.Monitoring (Mental Health Monitoring Tool)
a.Audit tools developed
b.Monthly site results discussed with RVP/MH Director
c.Audit results discussed at monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
Responsible Parties = FHA/DON/Mental Health Director/RVP/RDON/RDCQI/MH Lead
Target Date- 11/30/13
Continue to monitor daily, then monthly until meet compliance, then ongoing monthly monitoring.
10/11/13 Update: Staff in-serviced on how to use SMI monthly report tool; review of audit tool data to begin in
November.
4 Are inmates with a mental score of MH-3 and above seen by MH staff according to policy? [CC 2.20.2.10]
Level 2 Red User: Jessica Raak Date: 7/30/2013 5:03:24 PM
Corrective Plan: See October action plan as submitted by Corizon.
Corrective Actions: October Action plan submitted by Corizon1. Mental Health staff to receive education the importance of MH-3 inmates being seen according to policy.
2. Reinforce this in monthly staff meetings.
3. Continue to perform chart reviews to ensure inmates with an MH-3 score and above are being seen by Mental
Health staff per policy.
4. Review treatment plans to ensuring that the IMs current MH score, according to the recognized system, is
captured within the current treatment plan.
Responsible Parties = MH Lead/RN/FHA/DON/MH Director/RCQI
Target Date-11/30/13
5 Are inmates prescribed psychotropic meds seen by a Psychiatrist or Psychiatric Mid-level Provider at a
minimum of every three (3) months (90 days)?[CC 2.20.2.10]
Level 2 Red User: Jessica Raak Date: 7/30/2013 5:17:02 PM
Corrective Plan: See October action plan as submitted by Corizon.
Corrective Actions: October Action plan submitted by Corizon1.Monitoring (Mental Health Monitoring Tool)
a.Audit tools developed
b.Monthly site results discussed with RVP/MH Director
c.Audit results discussed at monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
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Responsible Parties = RDCQI/RVP/MH Director/FHA/DON/MH Lead
Target Date- 11/30/13
Continue to monitor monthly until within compliance, then quarterly; monitoring frequency using audit tool per audit
results.

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d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
2.Standardized process statewide to include, but not limited to (Appendix III.1.):
a.Internal
b.External
2.In-service staff on process and ADC policy titled “Continuity of Care Upon Transfer” Chapter
5, Section 5.0 (Appendices III.2.);
a.Agenda/sign off sheet to verify, inclusive of all pertinent staff
3.Custody educated regarding contract requirements regarding inmate transfer with meds
4.Monitoring (Appendix I. - IV Monitoring Tools)
a.Audit tools developed
b.Weekly site results discussed with RVP
c.Audit results discussed a monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
Responsible Parties = FHA/DON/Custody/RDCQI/RVP
Target Date - 11/30/13
Continue to monitor weekly x 3 weeks, monthly until within compliance, then quarterly; monitoring frequency using
audit tool per audit results.
8 Are chronic condition medication expiration dates being reviewed prior to expiration to ensure continuity
of care?
[NCCHC Standard P-D-01]
Level 2 Amber User: Yvonne Maese Date: 7/26/2013 11:36:52 AM
Corrective Plan: See October action plan as submitted by Corizon.
Corrective Actions: October Action plan submitted by Corizon1.Standardized process for meds to be available to inmate upon transfer (Pharmacy Appendix 1 & 2)
2.In-service staff on process per PharmaCorr policy,
a.Agenda/sign off sheet to verify, inclusive of all pertinent staff
3.Custody educated regarding contract requirements regarding inmate transfer with meds.
4.Monitoring (Appendix I. - IV Monitoring Tools)
a.Audit tools developed
b.Weekly site results discussed with RVP
c.Audit results discussed a monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
Responsibile Parties = FHA/DON/Custody/RDCQI/RVP
Continue to monitor weekly x 3 weeks, monthly until within compliance, then quarterly; monitoring frequency using
audit tool per audit results
1.Monitoring (Appendix I. - IV Monitoring Tools)
a.Audit tools developed
b.Weekly site results discussed with RVP
c.Audit results discussed a monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
2.Standardized process statewide to include, but not limited to (Appendix III.1.):
a.Internal
b.External
2.In-service staff on process and ADC policy titled “Continuity of Care Upon Transfer” Chapter
5, Section 5.0 (Appendices III.2.);
a.Agenda/sign off sheet to verify, inclusive of all pertinent staff
3.Custody educated regarding contract requirements regarding inmate transfer with meds
4.Monitoring (Appendix I. - IV Monitoring Tools)
a.Audit tools developed
b.Weekly site results discussed with RVP
c.Audit results discussed a monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
Responsible Parties = FHA/DON/Custody/RDCQI/RVP
Target Date - 11/30/13
Continue to monitor weekly x 3 weeks, monthly until within compliance, then quarterly; monitoring frequency using
audit tool per audit results.
9 Are non-formulary requests being reviewed for approval or disapproval within 24 to 48 hours?
Level 2 Amber User: Yvonne Maese Date: 7/26/2013 11:40:15 AM
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Corrective Plan: See October action plan as submitted by Corizon.
Corrective Actions: October Action plan submitted by Corizon1.Standardized process statewide, to include but not limited to (Pharmacy Appendix 1 & 2):
a.Non-formulary process (Appendix I.1.d.)
i.Reviewed for approval within 24-48 hrs
ii.Providers notified decision within 24-48 hrs
e.Manifest Reconciliation
f.Inventory control
g.Stock Medications
h.Practitioner Cards (Appendis I.1.h.)
i.Controlled Medications (Appendix I.1.i.)
2.In-service staff
a.Using information from 8/19 - 11/13 Regional office mandatory in-service and PharmaCorr
policy
b.Agenda/sign off sheet to verify, inclusive of all pertinent staff (Appendix I.2.b.)
3.Monitoring (Appendix I. - IV Monitoring Tools)
a.Audit tools developed
b.Weekly site results discussed with RVP
c.Audit results discussed a monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
Responsible Parties = FHA/DON/IC/RDCQI/RVP
Target Date-11/30/13
Continue to monitor weekly x 3 weeks, monthly until within compliance, then quarterly; monitoring frequency using
audit tool per audit results.
10/11/13 Update – Statewide in Sept Redbook and MAR audit, results reviewed; to audit pharmacy in October
related to Controlled Substances and Expired meds.
10 Are providers being notified of non-formulary decisions within 24 to 48 hours?
Level 2 Amber User: Yvonne Maese Date: 7/26/2013 11:42:11 AM
Corrective Plan: See October action plan as submitted by Corizon.
Corrective Actions: October Action plan submitted by Corizon1.Standardized process statewide, to include but not limited to (Pharmacy Appendix 1 & 2):
a.Non-formulary process (Appendix I.1.d.)
i.Reviewed for approval within 24-48 hrs
ii.Providers notified decision within 24-48 hrs
e.Manifest Reconciliation
f.Inventory control
g.Stock Medications
h.Practitioner Cards (Appendis I.1.h.)
i.Controlled Medications (Appendix I.1.i.)
2.In-service staff
a.Using information from 8/19 - 11/13 Regional office mandatory in-service and PharmaCorr
policy
b.Agenda/sign off sheet to verify, inclusive of all pertinent staff (Appendix I.2.b.)
3.Monitoring (Appendix I. - IV Monitoring Tools)
a.Audit tools developed
b.Weekly site results discussed with RVP
c.Audit results discussed a monthly CQI meeting
d.Minutes and audit reported monthly to Regional office for tracking and trending
Responsible Parties = FHA/DON/IC/RDCQI/RVP
Target Date-11/30/13
Continue to monitor weekly x 3 weeks, monthly until within compliance, then quarterly; monitoring frequency using
audit tool per audit results.
10/11/13 Update – Statewide in Sept Redbook and MAR audit, results reviewed; to audit pharmacy in October
related to Controlled Substances and Expired meds.

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Corrective Plan: There is only a dental assistant .02 position that is not filled at Yuma complex
medical provider and Nurse Practitioner is filled with locum
Nurse Practitioner Diana Curd starts October 14th
Asst. Facility Health Administrator Madeline Lowell starts October 6th
Corrective Actions: See above.

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