Evolving consumer expectations and the drive toward value-based care are causing healthcare providers to recast the healthcare experience they provide. While digital transformation is a key component of this evolution, efforts still appear to be largely fragmented, and convenient frameworks to assess and monitor digital health readiness still are not widely available. This makes managing competing priorities while promoting the best digital adoption and deployment delivery practices quite difficult.
Current research demonstrates only 23% of newly licensed RNs are able to think at entry level expectations. Additionally, 68% of errors made by nurses are due to poor decision-making skills. In order to reverse these staggering statistics, we must focus on continuing education to advance competency and use proven data to identify development needs and accurately measure progress towards success.
Stanford Health Care Nursing Administration and the Stanford Medicine Catalyst team partnered with PocketRN, a virtual nursing platform, to enable Stanford nurses who were working part time.
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