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ANA Soliciting Public Comment Until July 7 : Ethical Responsibility to Manage Pain & Suffering

June 26, 2017

The ANA Center for Ethics and Human Rights Advisory Board has drafted a proposed position statement, The Ethical Responsibility to Manage Pain and Suffering. ANA is soliciting public comment on the proposed position statement. The deadline for comments is 5:00 p.m. EDT July 7.
 
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American Nurse Today is pleased to present this
complimentary webinar: July 12, 2017 12 N MST

CFO/CNO Partnership for Workforce Management Outcomes: Benefits of Acuity-based Staffing

 

June 26, 2017

Benefits of Acuity-based Staffing
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A must-attend webinar for CFO's and CNO's
Finance and nursing executives face many uncertainties in today’s healthcare environment, but one factor still under their control is the cost of labor. Acuity-based staffing is a valuable tool for maximizing those returns because it ensures the right staff are in the right place at the right time – essential goals as healthcare leaders face a worsening nursing shortage and continuing demands to do more with less.
 
In this fast-paced, one-hour webinar, a leading researcher will share the latest data related to the financial impact of acuity-based staffing. A CFO and a CNO will explain how a partnership between the two is effective in implementing acuity-based staffing so that it yields significant financial benefits for your organization. 
Lillee Gelinas, MSN, RN, FAAN  Editor-in-Chief, American Nurse TodayLillee Gelinas,
MSN, RN, FAAN 
Editor-in-Chief, American Nurse
Today
Justin Evander  KSMC Chief Operating Officer & Administrator (Previously Chief Financial Officer) Kaiser Permanente Clackamas, OregonJustin Evander 
KSMC Chief Operating Officer & Administrator (Previously Chief Financial Officer) Kaiser Permanente Clackamas, Oregon
Jack Needleman,  ​PhD, FAAN  Fred W. and Pamela K. Wasserman Professor Chair, Department of Health Policy and Management UCLA Fielding School of Public Health​Jack Needleman
​PhD, FAAN 
Fred W. and Pamela K. Wasserman Professor Chair, Department of Health Policy and Management UCLA Fielding School of Public Health
Sylvain Trepanier,  DNP, RN, CENP  Chief Nurse Executive Providence St. Joseph HealthSylvain Trepanier
DNP, RN, CENP 
Chief Nurse Executive Providence St. Joseph Health
Karlene Kerfoot,  PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN  Chief Nursing Officer GE Healthcare​Karlene Kerfoot
PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN 
Chief Nursing Officer GE Healthcare
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Join the NURSES’ HEALTH STUDY 3!

June 20, 2017

The NursesHealth Study, established in 1976 by Dr. Frank Speizer, and the NursesHealth Study II, established in 1989 by Dr. Walter Willett, were long-term epidemiological studies conducted on women's health. The study followed 121,700 female registered nurses since 1976 and 116,000 female nurses since 1989 to assess risk factors for cancer and cardiovascular disease. The studies are among the largest investigations into risk factors for major chronic diseases in women ever conducted. The studies include clinicians, epidemiologists, and statisticians at the Channing Laboratory. Participating organizations from the Massachusetts medical community include the Harvard Medical SchoolHarvard School of Public Health, and several Harvard-affiliated hospitals, including Brigham and Women's HospitalDana–Farber Cancer InstituteChildren's Hospital Boston, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.[1]
The study is recruiting a new cohort of 100,000 licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and registered nurses (RNs) (or those studying to become one) aged 20–46, for a cohort called the NursesHealth Study 3 (NHS3).[2] NHS3 is completely online, using social media for recruitment.[3][4][5] Notably, unlike prior iterations of the survey, NHS3 is not restricted solely to female participants.[2]
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National Men’s Health Week 2017

June 15, 2017

June is Men’s Health Month, and June 12 through 18 is National Men’s Health Week, which ends on Father’s Day. These observances heighten awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease. Help your Medicare patients understand the steps they can take to improve their health and recommend appropriate preventive services.

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Visit the Preventive Services website to learn more about Medicare-covered services.

 

CMS Chronic Care Management Services: New Connected Care Materials

June 15, 2017

CMS has new resources to help you and your patients understand Chronic Care Management (CCM) services. Order these free materials from the CMS Product Ordering website:

  • Postcard for Health Care Professionals (Pub # 909444): An overview of CCM, the four billing codes for payment, and how to learn more about implementation
  • Postcard for Consumers (English and Spanish, Pub #909443): Helps you explain CCM and its benefits
  • Poster (English and Spanish, Pub #909445): Display in office or waiting room to get your patient’s attention and help start the conversation

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