This story can be found in the Spring 2018 Issue of TeleTracking's Patient Flow Quarterly Magazine.Download the full issue.
Twenty five years ago, the American Nurses Credentialing Center [ANCC] established the Magnet Recognition Program® to recognize health care organizations for quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovations in professional nursing practice. This program is now considered the highest mark of excellence a hospital can receive for nursing quality. In fact, within the clinical world, the Magnet Recognition Program is known as the “Nobel Prize of Nursing.”
Just like winning a Nobel Prize isn’t easy, achieving Magnet Recognition isn’t a passive task. The rigors leading up to achieving this designation is what makes it so special—in fact only 8% of hospitals across the United States have currently attained it. And of those hospitals, many have implemented TeleTracking solutions.
Prior to joining TeleTracking, Maria spent more than seven years at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany, NY where she built and managed the Patient Logistics & Transfer Center. Maria’s abstract was chosen as a podium presentation at the Magnet Conference where she presented on: How Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs has a Direct Effect on Nursing Retention.
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