XynQAPI creates automated and intuitive analyses, dynamic charts, graphs, slides, task management, and tracking systems.
Welcome to XynQAPI, your Web-Based quality program management tool, XynQAPI allows you to get rid of your Excel spreadsheets, binders, folders and share drives and combines the documentation for your quality program in one easy to manage place, giving you more time and information to make real improvements in your program. Data is automatically brought in from each month from your star file. This is data you’ve entered into your TCR, NTR forms. This data is combined with quality data from your center, such as Avio Verification, Correct and readmission information. This date is completely customized to the center. The data is then displayed at the patient level and additional predictive tools are auto generated, such as a one year graft and patient survival for post-transplant patients and for pre transplant patients, an estimate of five year survival after listing as well as one year graft and patient survival dependent on different types of organs that the patient receives. These new tools allow the center to identify, easily, identify high risk patients and be able to track those and monitor those patients a little more closely. Data is also displayed and rolled up at the central level through order through a couple of different tools. First Rs and plots, this allow you to look at the next five releases of your SRTR data? Specifically looking at ODE results for one year graph survival, patient survival. We also give you some predictions, again, the next five releases of your SRT are around one year graph failure and transplant rate, looking at the five tier system. Also available at the central level is XynTRAC, this allows you to take that same SRTR predictions and dig into it by specific patient characteristics such as high KDPI and be able to identify different characteristics or groups of patients that are higher at risk and need more focus. Also available at the central level, auto generated scorecards. These are generated each month from the data entered and then I can easily track trends over time. I can filter this data to be able to again specifically look at different subtypes of patients such as diabetics or patients with high BMI or age, again, hoping to identify patterns or trends that I can actually make change in. Our variance analysis to allows you to, again, be able to look at that scorecard data just a little bit differently, focusing on those areas that need improvement. So example, readmission before 30 days. With one click, I can be able to identify the reasons for this. So why are these patients being readmitted? I see psychosocial issues as my number one reason. And one more click lets me again drill in a little deeper to look at medication adherence. So when I’m trying to identify areas for improvements. I can also know the reasons why things are happening and be able to look again at the specific patient information to then generate ideas for making real improvements. Once my team is decided on how we’re going to improve the data such again as readmission before 30 days, it’s easy to document and track this work that we’re doing. So with one click, I can be able to see the tasks or action items that I have related to this particular item. So here we see what the center is doing to make those improvements. We can see the meetings where this was discussed and the minutes for those particular meetings and any projects related to. One click allows me to also see progress on these action items, again, helping me to ensure completion of this project, and of all the great ideas my team has. Our project area allows the center to easily document your projects using formal methodology steps in a well written AIM statement. The action items can then easily be tracked to ensure progress, and each of each project has its own auto generated scorecard. That works just like the main scorecard with filters and easily displayed patient specific information allowing for progress to be monitored and changes to be made when needed. The Event Review Section provides an easy-to-use tool for documenting adverse event reviews. The auto generated information from UNET as well as a guided chart review. Allow the give your team the information they need to decide on contributing factors and corrective actions. And then tracking those corrective actions to easily document and ensure completion of those projects. The Parado charts on my event review section allows your team to see contributing factors over time across organs and across different types of events to better address patterns that develop over time and allow for action to be taken. The meeting section is where all the pieces of your program come together to keep your team informed and moving ahead in your quality efforts, because all of the components of your quality program are contained within XynQAPI. You can easily assemble your agenda as you work. Using the ad to meeting button, this combined with our auto generated PowerPoint slides, cuts down the prep work for your meeting from days to just a few minutes before the meeting. And again, because all the data from your quality program, Elizabethans and Quarmby, you can easily answer those really tough questions that come up during the meeting. The tests and follow up buttons allow me to track action items from meeting to me, ensuring all of those great ideas generated in the meeting actually get done. Lastly, the test management tool combines all the action items from all the scorecards, the PI projects, the event reviews in the meetings and puts them all into one place, allowing you to keep track of all the balls you have in the air at once and ensure none of them get dropped. And that is in XynQAPI. This has been a brief review of our tool. If you’re interested, we would love to show even more of the helpful features contained within it. Thank you for your time and we hope to hear from you soon.