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Akron Children's Hospital
Transcript of Akron Children's Hospital
5 Forces of magnetism
1. Quality of Nursing Leadership
2. quality of care
3. Community and healthcare organization
4. image of nursing
5. interdisciplinary relationships
Quality of Nursing Leadership
Nursing leadership has the power to influence hospital experiences and most importantly the ultimate health outcomes of their patients.
Give daily support guidance to staff through the safety coaches
Track and study safety events
Train the staff to identify and stop errors before they happen (Akron Children's Hospital, 2012).
Mount Carmel College of Nursing
Community and the Healthcare Organization
Providing community service to improve health statuses through patient/family and community education. The Akron Children's Hospital is a charity of choosing; they are investing in the community while supporting children and the hospital is helping to meet the patient's financial goal.
Akron Children’s provided $107.3 million in community benefits, of which $92.4 million in unreimbursed Medicaid and uncompensated care (Akron Children's Hospital, 2012).
Nurses are a fundamental part of healthcare, they are caring for patients in the hospitals, long-term care facilities, schools, community clinics and medical offices.
"We make every effort to maintain and improve the quality and safety of the care we deliver"( Akron Children's Hospital, 2012).
Nursing care is provided through collaboration with colleagues, while respecting each individual ( Akron Children's Hospital/Nursing, 2012).
Image of Nursing
Quality of Care
Akron Children's Hospital provides quality and safe care by placing the patient first and by encouraging parents and caregivers to play an active role with health team to have good communication and keep the child safe (Akron Children's Hospital, 2012).
Akron Children's Hospital. (2012). Retrieved from https://www.akrochildrens.org
American Nurses Credentialing Center. Retrieved from http://www.nursingcredentialing.org/Magnet/FindaMagnetFacility
Marquis, B. L. & Huston, C. J. (2012).
Leaderships roles and
management functions in nursing: Theory and application.
Philadelphia PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.