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HAP Opioid LAN Office Hour Call—July 23, 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Liz Owens
26:57
Thank you for joining the HAP Opioid LAN Narcan Distribution office hour.After the call, you will receive an email with a link to the webinar evaluation. Please take a moment to respond. The evaluation can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/olanoh-072320We will be taking questions at the end of the call. You will be able to ask a question by unmuting yourself. You can also ask questions through the chat box. We will answer these questions during the question and answer period.
Claudette Fonshell
31:49
Please take a moment to introduce yourself to everyone who is on todays office hours.
Theresa Thinna-Hamlett
33:22
Good morning Theresa Hamlett Social Worker ED Nazareth Hospital
Lori Tobias
34:06
Hello! Dr. Tobias - ED Medical Director Pottstown Hospital Tower Health
Claudette Fonshell
34:06
Thank you for joining Theresa.
Claudette Fonshell
35:10
Good Morning Dr. Tobias.
Lee Radosh
36:19
Hi - this is Dr. Radosh, addiction medicine specialist and medical director of Reading Hospital's Center of Excellence (COE) for OUD
Danielle Rummel
37:08
Hello- Danielle Rummel ED Social Worker Penn State Hershey
Claudette Fonshell
38:35
Thank you for joining Danielle and Dr. Radosh.
charles
39:11
Dr. Radosh! Very Prominent thank you for coming!
Claudette Fonshell
45:00
Yes it would be great to see some of your education
John Hartnett
45:03
yes
Robert Shipp
45:06
Yes
Lori Tobias
45:08
Please show.
Theresa Thinna-Hamlett
45:08
YES
Claudette Fonshell
45:50
There is no sound
Lori Tobias
45:51
No
Theresa Thinna-Hamlett
45:53
CANNOT HEAR IT
Danielle Rummel
45:55
no sound
Sharon Mohr
45:57
no
John Hartnett
46:48
Might have to reshare screen with audio
Jennifer Jordan
46:55
Is there an option to share computer audio as well as screen?
Jennifer Jordan
47:04
I think those are different functions
Liz Owens
53:29
Any questions/comments, please feel free to unmute yourself or type here in the chat
Lori Tobias
56:35
We do not have COCA in Montgomery County so we do not provide Narcan kits at Pottstown Hospital even though we have warm hand off counselors.
Mike Krafick
57:58
This is Mike Krafick with Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission. I am the CRS Supervisor and we've had a Warm Hand-off program since 2015 in the 3 hospitals in our Counties. We use CRS staff and Case Managers as a team to work with individuals that present at the ED or other areas of the hospital for referrals to treatment and other support services
Heather Teufel
58:03
Hi, my name is Heather Teufel and I am a pharmacist in the ED at Penn Medicine Chester County Hospital and also lead our Opioid Use Disorder Task Force. We are also distributing Narcan, at no cost, to at risk patients. This includes patients with an OUD, but also patients who are at a higher risk of and opioid overdose (co-prescribed other sedatives with opioids or on high MME doses of opioids). We provide this to patients in the ED and on the inpatient floors. Our pharmacists actually meet with the patient and provide education on recognition and management of an overdose, how to utilize Narcan and the importance of calling 911. Ideally, there is a family member or friend available to listen to the education (pre-COVID). Our Narcan was initially supplied by Chester County D&A (no cost), and our hospital/pharmacy dept has agreed to continue this program with agreement that we will pick up any copays or the cost for those without insurance.
Lori Tobias
58:04
Montgomery County Drug and Alcohol does not have the funds to help either.
Mike Krafick
01:01:55
can i ask a follow up question about those comments?
John Hartnett
01:04:22
WOOOOO! Good on it Doctor!
Mike Krafick
01:04:32
That is great!
Liz Owens
01:13:27
Please feel free to raise your hand if you'd like us to unmute, or just unmute yourself
Theodore Christopher
01:15:21
Dr. Barbera has been a champion for a LONG TIME! Kudos!!
Robert Shipp
01:15:55
Can we add the video link to the website?
Liz Owens
01:16:32
Hi Rob, yes I think we can do that!