Medtronic, Emergency Physicians Professional Association (EPPA), and various Minnesota health systems collaborated to adopt an enhanced traffic control bundling (eTCB) model that you can use to help your hospital system augment current surge planning, infection containment, and personal protective equipment conservation.

GETTING STARTED

If you’re interested in adopting this eTCB model in your facility, we recommend reviewing the following materials in this order:

1. Watch the TCB and implementation overview video.

Provides an overview of the TCB model and collaborative problem solving.

2. Review the TCB implementation use case presentation.

pdf Review of Traffic Control Bundling (.pdf)

Walk through a use case for implementing the Traffic Control Bundling Model.

3.6MB

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3. Use the implementation guide to enact the TCB model in your hospital system.

pdf TCB Implementation Guide and Checklist (.pdf)

This comprehensive guide includes implementation action steps and hospital checklist.

422KB

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4. Use the TCB signage templates to customize signage at each facility.

pptx TCB and Implementation Model Signage Templates (.pptx)

These customizable signage templates help facilitate directional, informational, and personal protective equipment (PPE) communications.

6.9MB

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WEBINAR

Learn how one emergency practice and hospital collaborated to adopt an enhanced traffic control bundling (eTCB) model to augment current surge planning, infection containment, and personal protective equipment (PPE) conservation.

After this session you will be able to:

  • Describe the key problems and factors impacting an effective COVID-19 response
  • Understand and explain the eTCB model
  • Name five key steps for implementing the eTCB model
  • Leverage key learning from pilot sites to enable rapid adoption of this model and supporting materials

Target Audience: Hospital administrators; frontline healthcare workers; incident command representatives; infection prevention, quality, and operations; facility and nursing leaders; emergency department directors; and process improvement teams.