Nursing leaders share insight on how Cleveland Clinic Marymount Hospital achieved Magnet® status and earned nine exemplars for nursing excellence. That’s quite an accomplishment for a community hospital.
The Magnet® journey is long and challenging. Cleveland Clinic relies on teams of clinical nurses at each hospital to drive initiatives that support nursing excellence and lead to Magnet designation.
Only about 10% of hospitals in the United States have Magnet status awarded by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Cleveland Clinic nurse leaders share what it takes to earn this prestigious designation.
Cleveland Clinic South Pointe Hospital became Magnet-recognized in December of 2017. In this Q&A, South Pointe CNO Sheila Miller offers nurse leaders her top preparation tips.
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ACNO of Advanced Practice Nursing and Nursing Quality & Practice Meredith Lahl-Foxx offers a few thoughts on how nurse leaders can help nursing caregivers improve care quality and patient safety.
ACNO Dana Wade discusses the importance of shared governance in achieving nursing excellence, noting shared governance key principles as pivotal to attaining ANCC recognition. Plus, check out Cleveland Clinic’s new SG model.