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10 Best Practices to Transform Point of Care Results

10 Best Practices to Transform Point of Care Results

10 Best Practices to Transform Point of Care Results

Ms Ruth Hansten BSN, PhD, MBA, RN, FACHE
Ms Ruth Hansten BSN, PhD, MBA, RN, FACHE

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Launch date: 09 Aug 2016

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Last updated: 04 Aug 2017

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

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The RROHC® (Relationship & Results Oriented Healthcare) Bundle of ten best point-of-care practices has been correlated with improved patient outcomes and employee and provider satisfaction. Nurse sensitive and quality indicators such as pressure ulcers, falls with injury, lengths of stay, and throughput measures have been transformed through these practices. A shared mental model and "shorthand" for patient/family centered communication, combined with employee clarity regarding what processes can, and should, occur on a daily or episodic basis, can ignite your own practice toward world class care. This set of 10 short videos and the accompanying graphic, along with on-site skills development and coaching, will begin your journey toward excellence. To your community's health!

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On completion of this course, the learner will:
Understand the ten best point-of-care practices to improve patient outcomes and employee and provider satisfaction
Ms Ruth Hansten BSN, PhD, MBA, RN, FACHE

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Ms Ruth Hansten BSN, PhD, MBA, RN, FACHE

Ruth Hansten RN, MBA, PhD is the author of seven books and numerous articles. Her mission is to promote healing and wholeness, transforming organizations through relationship enhancement and skills development. With 41 years of experience in nursing, she brings both a practical and humorous approach to the essential work that nurses do. For the past 22 years her national consulting practice has worked with nursing care delivery models, critical thinking, delegation and leadership skills, coaching, and interdisciplinary team development. Using education, consulting, and coaching skills, she has worked with approximately 175 organizations nationally and internationally to transform their leadership teams. Dr. Hansten has developed a care delivery model and philosophy called Relationship and Results Oriented Healthcare® (RROHC) and this model had resulted in improved patient outcomes, clinical indicators, employee engagement, provider satisfaction, and healthcare employee retention. This model is described in her book with colleague Kimberly McNally, The Relationship & Results Oriented Healthcare Planning and Implementation Manual (Hansten Healthcare PLLC 2008), and the Master Coach Manual (2014). Ruth’s doctoral research focused on critical thinking and clinical judgment and she incorporates her research into her teaching and consulting strategies. She has been a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. In 2008 the 4th edition of her Clinical Delegation Skills: A Handbook for Professional Practice book was published, the first edition of which was granted the AJN Book of the Year award. She has served as adjunct faculty for the University of Washington and Seattle University School of Nursing, and has lectured or consulted at 175 organizations. She has served as a Board of Directors trustee at a Pacific NW medical center and on the AHA Regional Policy Board.

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