Adverse Incident Reporting
Providers are required to submit the Adverse Incident Reporting form to Magellan within 24 hours of the discovery of an adverse incident. This form serves to capture any reportable incidents involving a member of the LA Coordinated System of Care (CSoC) currently in treatment or discharged from treatment within 180 days prior to the incident.
Magellan will serve as a resource to manage the clinical situation presented by the adverse incident or potential adverse incident and investigate all incidents in a timely manner.
- Louisiana Adverse Incident Reporting Form
- Louisiana Adverse Incident Reporting Instructions & Definitions
Restraints and Seclusion
Providers are required to report all incidents of restraint and seclusion within the defined Adverse Incident reporting timeframes.
Reporting should include:
- Interventions utilized prior to the use of seclusion and restraint
- Physician involvement in the order and subsequent face-to-face contacts
- Treatment plans adjusted, if warranted
- Criteria for release from seclusion/restraint
- Facility staff checks patient for basic needs, safety, vital signs, and/or more specific
- Monitoring of medical conditions as applicable
All questions regarding monthly reporting of restraints & seclusions should be directed to:
Stephanie Akers- Email
Quality Improvement Department
Magellan Health in LA
The use of seclusion and restraints, both physical and chemical, is a last resort for maintaining the safety of patients, visitors and treatment personnel, and should be utilized only when clearly indicated by a policy detailing specific criteria (Read Magellan’s full Position Statement).
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