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Event : AONE_PHOENIX101


Session : AONE1501
Merger, Consolidation and Transition for CNOs: Pearls of Wisdom and Learned Hard Knocks
Conference : AONE 2015: Empowering Leaders Igniting Change
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  • Maureen Schneider, MSN, MBA, RN, NEA, BC, CPHQ, FACHE, Former Sr. Vice President of Clinical Development and Chief Nurse Executive, Somerset Medical Center
  • As consolidations unfold, nursing’s future rests with those CNOs whose strategic vision, operational plan and implementation design revolutionize how hospital nursing departments respond to and function in these newly-created work environments. Each institutional consolidation finds CNOs retracing steps and often repeating implementation scenarios experienced by their contemporaries. The net result is the expending of needless energy and effort during pressure-filled and uncharted merger transitions. This presentation will serve to guide CNO's through the pre and transitional merger process utilizing algorithms and learned lessons.


Session : AONE1502
Polyvalent Community Health Workers: Critical Components of Successful, Mainstream Healthcare Teams.
Conference : AONE 2015: Empowering Leaders Igniting Change
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  • Loraine Frank-Lightfoot, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, Chief Nursing Officer, Parkview Regional Medical Center and Affiliates; Parkview Health
  • Beth Brooks, PhD, RN, FACHE, President, Resurrection University
  • Lisa Sgarlata, MSN, RN, FACHE, Chief Administrative Officer, Lee Memorial Health System
  • Sheila Davis, DNP, ANP-BC, FAAN, Chief Nursing Officer, Partners in Health, Global Nursing
  • Shawanda Poree, RN, BSN, MBA, Director, Healthcare Recruitment and Marketing Office, Veterans Health Administration
  • Pamela Kulbock, DNSc, RN, PHCNS-BC, FAAN
  • Theresa A. Thomas, Professor of Nursing and Professor of Public Health Sciences, University of Virginia School of Nursing
  • There is a need for novel primary care approaches to increase access; decrease readmissions and ED visits; increase patient adherence; improve wellness; prevent disease; and meet population needs. One approach to achieve these goals is implementing a Polyvalent Community Health Worker (CHW) Program. This session will detail how a community hospital in Ohio engaged students from their local college to become CHWs and achieved a 54% decrease in hospital admissions and a 26% decrease in the use of the Emergency Department by patients in the program.


Session : AONE1503
Leders and Leaders: Empowering Nurse Managers in Denmark
Conference : AONE 2015: Empowering Leaders Igniting Change
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  • Barbara Mackoff, Ed.D, Senior Faculty, AONE, Leadership Development Consultant, Private Practice
  • Sidsel Rasborg Wied, M.A, Director of Human Resources and Quality, Gentofte Hospital
  • The presentation will describe a collaborative cross-cultural leadership development project for nurse managers at a community hospital in Denmark. It details the innovative work of a partnership team that included an American nursing leadership educator, a Danish Chief Nursing Officer and Director of Human Resources/Quality. The purpose of the project was to address the hospital’s expressed need to develop and sustain the leadership practices and competencies of a cohort of 25 nurse managers. The presentation of this project will focus on exploring the challenges success, impact and broader cultural and educational implications of the project


Session : AONE1504
Nursing Care Reminders in the Electronic Health Record and Missed Nursing Care: Implications for Nurse Managers
Conference : AONE 2015: Empowering Leaders Igniting Change
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  • Ronald Piscotty, PhD, RN-BC, Assistant Professor, Wayne State University
  • Improving safety and providing quality of care is an imperative for today's nursing leaders. Knowledge about reminder usage and missed nursing care will impact nursing leaders who have overall responsibility for unit operations and outcomes. Potentially, the knowledge gained from this study can empower nursing leaders to encourage nursing care reminder usage, which may reduce the amount of missed nursing care and improve patient safety and outcomes. Additionally, nursing leaders that sit of HIT selection and implementation committees can make informed decisions regarding which nursing care reminders need to be built into these systems to decrease missed nursing care.


Session : AONE1505
The Next Frontier of Understanding Nursing Time in the Electronic Medical Record
Conference : AONE 2015: Empowering Leaders Igniting Change
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  • Nikki Polis, PhD, RN, Senior Vice-President and Chief Nurse Executive, Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare
  • Darinda Sutton, MSN, RN-BC, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Cerner Corporation
  • Documentation is the largest category of nurse work, and care at the bedside can be compromised due to documentation demands. An innovative approach to measuring documentation time will be described. Most important will be the discussion of the improvement initiative that resulted from an increased understanding of the current documentation state. Project governance, goals, change management strategies, and measures of success will be outlined. Examples of the improved processes and outcomes for care providers and patients, such as one interprofessional admission process to eliminate redundancies, decreased time spent in documenting, and clarity of the patient story will be highlighted.


Session : AONE1506
Telehealth and Telemedicine Strategies for Managing Population Health:  An Integrated Health System Approach
Conference : AONE 2015: Empowering Leaders Igniting Change
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  • David Chmielewski, MBA, Telehealth Coordinator, Cleveland VA Medical Center
  • Innette Sarduy, DNP, MPH, RN, NEA-BC, Chief Nurse Executive, Cleveland VA Medical Center
  • This session will demonstrate the impact Home Telehealth, Clinical Video Telehealth, and Store & Forward Telehealth can have on various primary care, mental health, and specialty care populations within a healthcare system. Topics will include clinical outcomes, utilization reduction, reimbursement, technology offerings, lessons learned, and future directions. Equipment demonstration, video education, local case study findings, and first person testimonies will be the tools used to keep the audience engaged and promote the message that Telehealth and Telemedicine are viable population health strategies in this new era of partnerships and changing reimbursement incentives.


Session : AONE1507
RN Role Transformation Tool
Conference : AONE 2015: Empowering Leaders Igniting Change
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  • Judith Berg, RN, MS, FACHE, President and Executive Director, California Institute for Nursing and Health Care
  • BJ Bartleson, RN, MS, NEA-BC, Vice-President of Nursing & Clinical Services, California Hospital Association
  • Patricia McFarland, RN, MSN, FAAN, Chief Executive Officer, Association of California Nurse Leaders
  • The RN Role Transformation Tool provides useful assistance for nurse leaders engaged in transitioning a RN workforce from a position of providing care to one of managing health. It had its origins in two documents: one document was geared toward preparing hospitals and health systems for reimbursement changes associated with health care reform, and the second document identified and described the top new roles for RNs in this changing environment. Five financial strategies for hospitals are discussed along with five new RN roles that would be important to successfully achieve goals for each specific strategy.


Session : AONE1508
Politics and Advocacy: Exercising Nursing Leadership in the Political Arena
Conference : AONE 2015: Empowering Leaders Igniting Change
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  • Jo Ann Webb, RN, MHA, FAAN, Senior Director of Federal Relations and Policy, AONE
  • Stacey Chappell, Senior Communications Specialist-Advocacy & Special Projects, AONE
  • Laura Werner, Associate Director, Political Affairs, American Hospital Association
  • Learn about AONE’s advocacy efforts in shaping health care policy relevant to nursing. This session will discuss the history of legislative advocacy and the effects on nursing, from appropriations levels to successes in the Affordable Care Act, as well as ways nursing leaders can get involved in the political and legislative process.


Session : AONE1509
Partnering Crew Resource Management with a Just Culture: Two Innovations That Take Patient Safety to New Heights
Conference : AONE 2015: Empowering Leaders Igniting Change
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  • Anne Pedersen, RN, MSN, NEA-BC, Clinical Director, UPMC Hamot
  • Joanne Sorensen, DNP RN FACHE, Clinical Director, UPMC Hamot
  • This case study takes place in a 400-bed facility where several incidents in the busy women's hospital became front page news and high dollar settlements. In 2012, two innovative programs were extensively implemented: Crew Resource Management (CRM) and a Just Culture (JC) Model. One year later over 400 staff were educated, hard wired safety tools were implemented, and miraculous saves began to take place. Medical malpractice has been reduced to zero as a myriad of other patient and staff indicators have demonstrated significant improvement. This session reviews the powerful story, outcomes and synergy that took patient safety to new heights.


Session : AONE1510
Accountable Care Delivery: A Unit-level Model with Large-scale Impact
Conference : AONE 2015: Empowering Leaders Igniting Change
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  • Linda Chase, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital
  • A large academic health center hospital developed accountable care units (ACU), where collaborative partnership continuously improved the quality of care delivered. Interprofessional teams were geographically structured to design patient-centered work and influence performance level data. The model demonstrated improvements in organizational quality and efficiency outcomes. This session will detail the essential elements of establishing successful collaborative partnerships, which can be applied in a variety of care settings to achieve large-scale outcomes for healthcare organizations.



     


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