Magnet®, Accountable Care, and Perioperative Services: The Current Reality
2014 AORN Magnet® Pre-conference developed in collaboration with the ANCC Credentialing Knowledge Center 7.0 CH
Saturday, March 29, 2014
8am - 5pm
Speaker: Marsha Lynette Hughes-Rease MSN, MSOD, ACC/Magnet Recognition Consultant, American Nurses
Credentialing Center (ANCC)
Who Should Attend: Nurse Executives, Administrators, Managers, and Staff RNs
To provide Nursing Executives/Administrators, Managers, and staff nurses with information and resources to understand how the journey to nursing excellence and Magnet® designation can assist in navigating perioperative services through the current health care landscape.
As identified by ANCC, The Magnet Recognition Program® advances three goals within health care organizations:
1. Promote quality in a setting that supports professional practice
2. Identify excellence in the delivery of nursing services to patients
3. Disseminate best practices in nursing services.
As a participant in this workshop, you will be armed with current information and resources to utilize in your journey to nursing excellence and magnet designation or redesignation. Learn about the components of the Magnet Model®, how it relates to perioperative practice, and how you can be involved in the journey to maintain or attain a Magnet® culture . The course content is aligned with both the newly released 2014 Magnet® Application Manual, and changes in the health care landscape driven by the Accountable Care Act. We invite you and your colleagues to attend this program together to learn:
- How transformational leadership can impact your nursing practice, improve patient outcomes, and keep ahead of the changing landscape
- Identify ways perioperative nurses can be involved in inter-professional teams
- Explain why it is important for nurses to be involved in continuous professional development, community involvement, and recognition of nurses
- Learn how to analyze ways in which various care delivery models can be used in the perioperative setting to impact patient care.
After attending this session, you will be able to develop a plan for collecting, displaying, and analyzing nurse sensitive clinical indicator data in your own practice setting. You will be able to differentiate the difference and interrelatedness between research, EBP, and innovation, and you will be able to describe ways research, EBP and innovation impact empirical outcomes in the perioperative practice setting. Using a gap analysis approach developed by ANCC, you will have an opportunity to begin to develop a readiness plan which includes strategies for change and necessary initiatives in your own practice setting. You are encouraged to bring members of your team.