Leadership Development, Culture, and Retention
Nursing is a demanding profession, typified by long hours and a high-stress work environment as nurses provide care and respond to a multitude of patient needs. But while their role is mostly clinical, increasingly it is also part care coordinator, social worker, therapist, teacher, customer service professional, and executive.
This tug-of-war between nonclinical and clinical requirements exemplifies one of the core nursing challenges—delivering improved outcomes to satisfied patient-consumers.
The report looks at nurse turnover rates, the expected impact of value-based care on nursing performance, and many other factors. It examines what’s working – and not working – in healthcare leaders’ efforts to nurture and retain high-performing nurses.
Type: Intelligence Report
Length: 28 pages