Sarah Carter, RN, CAPA; MaryJo Marino Hertzog, RN, BSN, CAPA; Demetrius Trihoulis, RN; and Viktor Hum, RN
A generation is defined as a group of individuals who are roughly the same age, and who experience and are influenced by the same set of significant historical events during key developmental periods in their lives.
With multiple Nursing generations working together in the heath care setting identifying and understanding generational differences that influence job satisfaction will help to promote a healthy work environment and a sustainable work force.
Does having a nurse navigator vs. not having a nurse navigator decrease the cost of healthcare in patients with a sepsis diagnosis?
Marybeth Forward, RN; Amanda Kuzewycz, BSN, RN-BC; Sandra Little, MSN, RN; Anne Lyons, BSN, RN-BC; Kelly Panei, BSN, RN, PCCN; and Diane Yaple, MS, LPC
The nurse navigator facilitates the care of a patient with the diagnosis of sepsis across the healthcare continuum. This includes:
- Promoting optimal outcomes
- Preventing readmissions
- Patient education
- Decreasing length of stay in skilled nursing facilities
The coordination of transition of care starts from the time of admission through the 90 day post acute period.
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