Your path to taking your designation to the next level starts now. The pursuit of Designation with Distinction is not just a goal; it’s a transformative journey that positions your hospital as a leader in nursing excellence.
Understand how HealthLinx Shared Governance Intensive provided substantial benefit to a southern suburban facility on their Pathway to Excellence® Journey.
Magnet® Initial Designation with 38% RN Engagement Increase and $850K Financial Benefit – Case Study #727
See how a 150+ bed suburban hospital was able to successfully achieve an Initial Magnet Designation and increased RN engagement by 38% while achieving a Financial Benefit of $850,000.
An in-depth analysis of key data points used throughout a nursing excellence journey. Understand how data-driven decision-making can…
This leader has 20 years of experience within the healthcare industry and is Green Six Sigma and BLS certified. With five years experience at the VP level, eight years at the Director level, and having spent earlier in her career as OR manager, this leader has an extensive surgical services background.
As you strive to provide the highest quality of care and foster an environment of continuous improvement, it is essential to understand and embrace the significance of Shared Governance.
This webinar will focus on returning to the basics of leading nurses through this new era of healthcare delivery. Specifically, support and…
This year HealthLinx is focused on going Back-to-Basics. Throughout 2023 HealthLinx will be highlighting content we feel fits this theme.
Foundational Intensives are projects focused on key structural elements of any facility’s performance or nursing excellence journey. We complete a comprehensive assessment, develop action plans and support execution to meet your goals and timeline for improvement....
Access this webinar, where we discuss the similarities and differences in the Pathway to Excellence® and Magnet® Recognition Programs.
Access this webinar to learn more about mentoring and succession planning, where mentor vs preceptor is defined, and much more!
Shared Governance has been shown to increase nurse satisfaction, decrease turnover, and improve patient outcomes.