A recent addition to our client accessible training library is a fabulous tool created to assist in Preceptor RN education. At 39 minutes in length, Anne Hackman BSN RN MPA, NE-BC Senior Director, Performance Management and Insights, provides a class-ready resource that breaks down Prophecy’s On-Boarding and Coaching Reports.
Are you a clinical educator? Does your role involve new hire orientation? As a nurse manager, do you create professional development plans for your staff? Are you responsible for remediating nursing candidates for your healthcare staffing organization?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then this blog article is for you.
Leslie Jeffries, MSN RN, Vice President of Clinical Operations for Prophecy Healthcare, today was awarded her Masters of Science in Nursing with a specialty in Nursing Informatics from American Sentinel University. The Masters of Science in Nursing Informatics is a post-baccalaureate degree that prepares nurses to translate health care data into meaningful information, identify opportunities for use of and manage implementation of new technologies all focusing on improving patient outcomes and reducing risk.
Prophecy Healthcare, the leader in validated online healthcare competency assessments has announced its merger with Advanced Practice Strategies (APS), a visionary learning company focused on assessment, education, and analytics. Prophecy assessments offer the ability to screen-in and hire only the best talent, as well as identify areas for continued educational development. APS’s personalized learning platform, GNOSIS, fills in the educational […]
The Prophecy train is hitting the road again, and will be attending the ANCC National Magnet Conference in Atlanta, October 7-9! Visitors of the booth can enter to win one of two Garmin GPS and gain valuable resources to help ease reporting requirements to meet requirements on the Sources of Evidence. Stop by!
Magnet Series: Less Measuring Means More Time for Improving (Part 4 – New Knowledge, Innovations and Improvements)
Series outlines how assessment results match up with Magnet criteria to ease reporting requirements so hospitals spend less time measuring and more time improving results. This first article focuses on the reporting on the “New Knowledge, Innovations and Improvements” component while achieving Magnet Designation.
The conference season is in full swing and the Prophecy Train’s next stop is Nashville, TN. From September 30 – October 1, you will find Prophecy Team Members, Ron Gonzalez and Felicia Sadler, at the Tennessee Hospital Association’s 77th Annual Meeting. Please come say hi!
Series outlines how assessment results match up with Magnet criteria to ease reporting requirements so hospitals spend less time measuring and more time improving results. This first article focuses on the reporting on the “Exemplary Practice” component while achieving Magnet Designation.
Series outlines how assessment results match up with Magnet criteria to ease reporting requirements so hospitals spend less time measuring and more time improving results. This second article focuses on the collecting data for the “Structural Empowerment” component while achieving Magnet Designation.
Will you, or members from your team, be at the ASHHRA Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando this week? Well, some of Prophecy’s finest crew members will hosting Booth #535! Please stop by and introduce yourself!