Navigating New Frontiers: Nursing's Role in Care Coordination

Eileen Carlson, JD, RN and Maureen Dailey, DNSc, RN, CWOCN

 

Overview:

Care coordination is a complex concept which encompasses many aspects of care delivery, organization, and quality. Care must be coordinated not only within the practice setting, but between it and community settings, labs, specialists and hospitals.

Nursing’s holistic approach to care ensures that patients’ needs are met across settings and providers and facilitating the delivery of quality care. As front line leaders, nurses are uniquely positioned to take the lead in this area.

Purpose/Goal: The purpose of this webinar is to offer insights, case studies and strategies to advance nursing’s role in the care coordination and healthcare transformation.


Objectives:

The learning objectives for this webinar are to:
1. Analyze the role of the registered nurse in care coordination.
2. Explore strategies to position nurses for current and future roles in a transformed healthcare system.


Author:

Eileen Shannon Carlson, RN, JD is Associate Director of Government Affairs for the American Nurses Association. Eileen leads ANA’s regulatory team; advocates before federal agencies and departments, particularly on Medicare issues; and represents the nursing profession at the CPT and RUC, which develop coding and reimbursement policy for health care services.

Maureen Dailey DNSc, RN, CWOCN is the Senior Policy Advisor at the National Center for Nursing Quality at the American Nurses Association (ANA). She has thirty years of nursing experience in leadership and direct care roles across healthcare settings. In multiple roles, she has focused on patient safety enhancement and other quality improvement initiatives to reduce avoidable readmissions, healthcare associated conditions, and excessive cost across settings.

Disclosure: The authors and planners of this continuing nursing education activity have disclosed no relevant financial relationships with any commercial companies pertaining to this activity.


Contact Hours: 1

Expiration Date: 2/15/2016

Pharmacology Hours: 0

 

Member Price: $15.00
Non-Member Price: $20.00

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