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Stefanie Honeycutt

Stefanie Honeycutt serves as the Project Manager for a team of experienced and talented cardiac registry abstractors. Honeycutt initially began her nursing career providing bedside care on a cardiac telemetry floor. She quickly branched out by floating to a variety of cardiovascular, along with the neuro and respiratory floors, at an university magnet facility. She also served as an expert user for Powerchart. Honeycutt then moved into quality and found a passion for abstraction and quality. While abstracting for cardiac core measures and registries, she was also a member of the STEMI committee, helping to navigate and integrate the data for the STEMI population. She has greater than 5 years of abstraction experience with core measures, NCDR, STS, GWTG HF and Stroke, as well as vascular and sepsis registries. As a Project Manager, she enjoys learning new EMR and vendor programs, combining her prior background in software support with her clinical knowledge, and helping staff learn to best utilize these programs. She also enjoys helping staff and clients to better understand outcome measures and the algorithms behind them.

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'Get with the Guidelines-CAD' Relaunches--What is the impact for hospitals participating in 'Mission: Lifeline'?

Posted by Stefanie Honeycutt on May 22, 2017 9:00:00 AM

There are new options for hospitals when it comes to improving quality of care for patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI). In 2007, the American Heart Association (AHA) launched Mission: Lifeline, a system of care that coordinates EMS, referring hospitals (non-PCI) and receiving hospital (PCI-capable) using best practices for patients with both STEMI and non-STEMI heart attacks and provides recognition for this care.

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Topics: registry abstraction

Cardiac Cath Lab Accreditation Utilizing CathPCI Registry Data

Posted by Stefanie Honeycutt on Jul 27, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Did you know you can now use your CathPCI data for Cath Lab Accreditation? The first ACC and SCPC accreditation service to exclusively utilize NCDR Registry data launched on June 20.

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Topics: registry abstraction

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