As our population ages, we will not have the capacity to care for patients in the future using the same care models of the past. More emphasis is being placed on population health and ensuring all care delivered meets the quadruple aim.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services began informing health care organizations through the Conditions of Participation that patient centered care was one way to engage patients in their care beginning in 2013.
Leadership Competencies for the Future
The rapidly changing health care landscape that is facing new challenges requires a new generation of leaders who can make swift, innovative decisions.
Swing Bed – What You Really Need to Know
Many Critical Access Hospitals have a swing bed program. Navigating the regulatory requirements for swing bed including admission, care planning, continued stay and discharge criteria can be challenging.
Informatics – It’s Impact on Patient Care
The field of Informatics has been around for some time now, but how much do you know about it? In this Webinar we’ll learn basic knowledge of Informatics and the impact on patient care.
Creating Community Partners to Capitalize on Grant Opportunities
The national focus on population health continues to grow. Healthy populations are a result of healthy communities. Community health cannot be accomplished by a single entity; it truly does require all hands on deck in vision, mission, manpower, and financing.
Why An Interim Leader Might Be Right For Your Hospital Now
Hospitals face difficult transitions every time a leader departs; maintaining momentum, restoring trust with the board, physicians and staff, financial turnarounds, and more.
The Conditions of Participation for Critical Access Hospitals – About Nursing
The Conditions of Participation for Critical Access Hospitals (Appendix W) and The Joint Commission have multiple standards related to nursing practice.
The First 90 Days as a CNO
Please join our distinguished executives as they share various experiences that may include but not be limited to: Evaluating the nursing division and patient care delivery model, identifying short and long-term performance goals with an action plan, etc.