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Bridging Worlds: The Future Role of the Healthcare Strategist, 2nd Ed. (single copy)

This second edition offers an unprecedented look into how the healthcare strategy professions will evolve in the coming years. Available in packages of 15 - item 136446

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AONL Webinar OnDemand: A Paradigm to End the RN Revolving Door

Harnessing the strengths of nurses empowers them to transform an organization’s environment, outcomes and culture. This presentation will discuss the drastic change in outcomes surrounding the recruitment and retention of empowered bedside nurses. Interviews of new graduate RNs were transformed to a transparent depiction of the work to be done and a vision of how that RN could build nursing excellence in the organization. Recognizing the enthusiasm of the bedside nurse to learn more, get involved, and participate in change required changing pre-requisites for classes and roles that previously focused on years of experience or education levels. This organization decreased its turnover from over 25% to 7%. Performance on nurse engagement surveys in the recent 6 years has outperformed benchmarks in all categories, while over 40% of RNs are under 3 years of experience. Engaging this workforce was essential to the Magnet journey at this organization. Engaging and appreciating the RNs while at the bedside can initiate vast differences in perceptions of RN effectiveness and a nurse’s enjoyment in their career. Knowing they can transform healthcare delivery and initiate culture change from the grass roots promotes retention to the organization.

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ASHRM Health Care Risk Management Fundamentals

This text utilizes the ERM model to illuminate the fundamental domains of health care risk management including Clinical Risk Management and Patient Safety, the Legal and Regulatory Environment, Claims and Litigation and Risk Financing.

member: $249.00
non-member: $299.00

ASHHRA On-Demand Conference Session: Leveraging Employee Health Investments to Drive Employee Engagement: A Medical Director’s Perspective

Dr. Philip Adamo shares his experience implementing changes in employee health programs. He highlights how human resources plays a key role in driving changes that impact employee engagement and discuss how to work effectively with medical directors to prioritize and implement change.

member: $45.00
non-member: $85.00

ACHI Webinar Recording: Demonstrating the Highly Positive Return on Investment of a Chronic Disease Self-Management Program(Recorded on August 2012)

Spectrum Health’s self-management solution for under served populations with chronic disease has produced a substantial, positive return on investment together with significant improvements in health.

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non-member: $49.00

Gearing Up for Population Health: Marketing for Change (PDF)

Gearing Up for Population Health: Marketing for Change (PDF)

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ASHE Certification: Certified Health Care Physical Environment Worker Exam

Get ASHE certified and show that you truly understand the complex health care physical environment. ASHE’s certified worker program is unique because it is focused on patient safety and is the only certification of its kind backed by the American Hospital Association. This is certification test only.

member: $40.00
non-member: $50.00

AONL Online Competencies - Self Assessment

Evaluate your skills and discover opportunities to grow as a nurse leader.

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non-member: $10.00

AONL Webinar OnDemand: Leadership Competencies for Health Care: I Have to Know What?!

Nursing leaders are needed at all levels, in all settings. The workforce is aging and shortages in nursing faculty results in qualified nursing school candidates are turned away in record numbers. Shortages of qualified and willing nursing leaders means nearly 67,000 nursing leadership positions will remain unfilled by 2020. Challenges exist in creating new leaders including selection, development, lack of focus on leader preparation, and an unrealistic number of leadership competencies. Hundreds of leader competencies are described in the literature with no agreement on what constitutes best practices. A metasummary of the literature has given us a place to start and conceptual frameworks exist through which this content can be delivered in a manner that supports the desired outcomes: 1. recognize healthcare is a business and the business of healthcare is caring 2. balance the science of business with the heart of caring, never sacrificing that which defines nursing Transformational leadership requires leaders have the vision to “take people where they don’t want to go but ought to be” – this includes providing growth and development opportunities for all nurses. Responding to the IOM call to action is only possible through transforming this vision into reality.

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AONL Webinar OnDemand: Foresight Leadership: Anticipating the Future of Nursing and Health Care

Equip yourself and your organization for success with foresight leadership as you tackle challenges and disruptive innovations. By anticipating situations and consequences, you’ll improve your ability to predict the results of your actions. This webinar explores foresight as a leadership skill, focusing on how organizations can focus on the future rather than the past or present. Topics discussed include organizational processes for evaluating industry trends and how organizations can anticipate, analyze and evaluate the impact and consequences of disruptions.

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