A nurse-led CI project did a thorough audit of the barriers to purposeful hourly rounding, and led to real solutions to improve the process.
From sharing successful new practices to submitting new ideas or further developing ideas, Cleveland Clinic’s Nursing Innovation Center keeps innovation at the forefront of nursing practice.
A multidisciplinary team including nurses devises an education strategy to decrease 30-day readmission rates for patients discharged from the inpatient hepatology service at Cleveland Clinic.
Shannon Pengel has been named ACNO for Cleveland Clinic’s main campus. In a dual-ACNO role, Pengel will aim to create a continuous improvement environment that promotes innovative patient care delivery.
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In this Q&A, ACNO Kristine Adams shares her thoughts about care coordination, the future of population health management, and how care management and transitions of care lead to population health improvements.
An influx of new-grad APRN/PAs spurs a new one-year onboarding program at Cleveland Clinic. “Transition to Practice” eases new hires from academia into autonomous patient care.
One way the department is increasing access is via virtual visits. So far, 50 practitioners are offering remote consultations, and it’s proving valuable to patients.
Half of all adults in the U.S. have a chronic disease. The nurses who run Cleveland Clinic’s seven Chronic Care Clinics promote wellness and prevention to thousands of patients each year.
From the importance of APRNs in healthcare transformation to the advantages of team-based Chronic Care Clinics, success stories and best practices, ECNO Kelly Hancock shares highlights from the 9th Annual Nursing Leadership Summit.
Database system provides wealth of information expected to have tremendous impact on advancing medical care. And doctors use it.