Banner Health Case Study Grand Canyon University Nursing Leadership and Management NRS-451 May 10, 2015 Banner Health Case Study Banner Health is a fast growing and developing healthcare organization that is truly taking the care needs of the citizens into consideration with everything they do within their business structure. In this case study it will be demonstrated how Banner Health addresses the health care needs of citizens for the future in the next decade. This case study will also discuss how network growth is planned for this company. Nurse staffing and issues with nursing shortages will also be reviewed. Banner Health resolves issues with resource management will also be examined.
State of Advance Practice/Week 2 Patricia Grayson-Canty Chamberlain College of Nursing NR 510 Leadership and Role of the Advanced Practice Nurse Terri Schmitt Professor Spring B 2014 Introduction The purpose of this paper is to further examine the state of advanced practice nursing from a local, state, national, and international perspective. The role of the nurse practitioner (NP) “evolved from the shortage of primary care medical providers in underserved areas in the 1960s” (DeNisco & Barker, 2013, p. 20). NPs became a much needed asset during the Great Society era due to the development of the government health programs such as Medicaid, Medicare, and Community health Centers that needed care providers. These programs helped
The implementation of EHRs in LTC facilities or home health can manage patients care to promote improvements in the patients outcome and possible help decrease medical cost. In this forever changing healthcare industry, which stresses continuity of care, the movement to push for EHRs in LTC facilities is necessary. Review of another study stressed that the healthcare team is vital in the implementing of EHRs. The healthcare team approach is vital to the success of the EHRs and vice versa. If done effectively, care coordination puts patients at the center of the care process, encouraging, engaging as well as responsibility.
Ellen Zane – Leading Change at Tufts/NEMC Felicia Martin Danita Hunter, Professor HSA 599: Health Services Administration July 29, 2012 Abstract This paper describes the health care environment in Massachusetts. It also describes what was happening within Tufts/NEMC in the 1990’s and what was wrong with Tufts/NEMC by 2002 and 2003. Finally it describes four actions Zane took in her first six months. Great leaders exist in many organizations and they exhibit unique leadership styles that enable them to be effective within their respective organization. Ellen Zane – Leading Change at Tufts/NEMC Introduction Massachusetts is known for health care,
Keller Graduate School of Management 2014 Implementation of eClinicalWorks at New Horizon Medical Center Project Prepared by: For: Professor Sally Mae Table of Content Abstract 3 Background 4 Discussion of business problem 4 4. High Level Solutions: 5 Customization 5 Long-term preservation and storage of records 5 Synchronization of records 6 Staff Training 6 5) Benefits of solving the problem 6 Improvement of quality and convenience of patient care 6 Increase of patient participation in their care 8 Improved Diagnostics and Patient Outcomes 8 Improved Care Coordination 9 Practice efficiencies and cost savings 10 Projected Cost for implementing eClinicalWorks: 11 6) Business/technical approach 14 Business process changes 15 Technology practices used to augment the solution 17 Conclusion and overall recommendations 17 High level implementation plan 18 Summary of project 18 References: 20 Appendix: 21 Abstract In this paper, we will discuss about the implementation of eClinicalWork in New Horizon Medical Center which will improve the management of the
QI Plan Part II Virginia Ivins HCS/588 January 12, 2015 Dr. Debbie Simmons QI Plan Part II Quality improvement takes many shapes and forms when implementing a good QI plan in an organization. Kingman Regional Medical Center located in Kingman, Arizona has such plans in place. Quality improvement areas that are important are that of customer service and satisfaction, emergency waiting room times and discharge. Data collection has been an important method and tool for quality improvement in health care organizations. Quality improvement is a process of measuring and improving services that can help leaders understand the direction of quality the organization needs to be successful with its overall service.
Dashboard Analysis and Nursing Plan Linda Ndofor Walden University NURS 4005 Section 04, Topics in Clinical Nursing June, 21st, 2015 Dashboard Analysis and Nursing Plan Overview The most successful healthcare organizations are those that utilize information obtained from care providers and patients to develop solid structures to facilitate service delivery. Dashboard analysis makes it easier for administrators to make decisions based on facts rather than on assumptions. Dashboard analysis provides a base on which to look at various performance indicators in an organization to make long-term decisions (Clay, 2008). Dashboard analysis is crucial in healthcare settings since it helps to determine the areas that need improvement.
A Critical Appraisal of a Qualitative Study Grand Canyon University Introduction to Nursing Research NRS-433V September 17, 2014 A Critical Appraisal of a Qualitative Study Problem Statement The clinical problem and research problem that led to the study is identifying the effectiveness of rapid response teams (RRTs) functionality. It was noted, “most of the research on response teams has focused on tracking and reporting the hospital outcomes” (Leach & Mayo, 2013, p. 199). The researchers of this study believe that assessment of the actual functionality of the RRTs performance can lead to a better understanding of RRTs that can lead to fine tuning the education required to improve their performance when responding to a critical
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The Future of Nursing: Leading change, Advancing Health Kimberly Pettaway Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V October 4, 2015 The Future of Nursing according to the IOM Since the Institute of Medicine (IOM) reports the future of nursing leading change and promoting wellness, it advocates transforming education, nursing practice and transforming leadership. Healthcare experiences many transformations for lots of reasons because of the growing requisitions of the medical profession. The IOM had to face the demands and needs of this present healthcare system. This report of the Institute of medicine (IOM) was established to provide opportunities for nurses to further their education, improve the practice of the nurse, and helped