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Trends in healthcare require new ideas to provide quality care, improve outcomes and create efficiencies. Cleveland Clinic’s ACNO of Nursing Research and Innovation shares insight on why innovation matters and how nurse leaders can foster it.
Nursing caregivers have been key to an initiative that aims to reduce surgical smoke at every Cleveland Clinic surgical facility.
When COVID-19 patients require pronation, it’s critical to have the right supplies at the bedside. A Cleveland Clinic nurse assistant developed a tamper-proof pronation kit that fits the bill, plus saves nursing time and money.
Nurse Jane Hartman knows the importance of vascular access initiation in pediatrics. She created an algorithm, conducted research and advocated for a team to improve pediatric vascular access at Cleveland Clinic.
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After Cleveland Clinic nurses refreshed their roadmap for best practices, they created a way to keep their values front and center.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, ambulatory care management nurses at Cleveland Clinic have used telehealth to monitor COVID-positive patients at home, manage patients with chronic conditions and more.
A team of nurses at Cleveland Clinic Avon Hospital created a standardized template to guide communication between caregivers and help prevent falls on inpatient units.
Nurses are critical thinkers, problem solvers and natural innovators – but they might not realize it. Cleveland Clinic’s Innovation Program Coordinator shares advice for nurses to turn ideas into clinical solutions.
For patients with COVID-19 requiring isolation in intensive care units, caregivers might use an average of 66 pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) each day. A nursing innovation is making it possible to more easily move IV lines outside of patient rooms, reducing room entry and improving safety.
Nurses are driving new roles and rules in healthcare! ACNO of Research and Innovation Dr. Nancy Albert shares 3 tips for nurse leaders to encourage innovation during this transformative time.