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ANCC Information Brief. Goals. The goals of the Magnet Recognition Program are to: Identify excellence in the delivery of nursing care to patients, Promote the quality of health care services in an environment that supports professional nursing practice, and

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Ancc information brief

ANCC Information Brief

Nursing Excellence:

Your Journey – Our Passion


Goals

Goals

The goals of the Magnet Recognition Program are to:

  • Identify excellence in the delivery of nursing care to patients,

  • Promote the quality of health care services in an environment that supports professional nursing practice, and

  • Provide a mechanism for the dissemination of best practices in nursing services.

Nursing Excellence:

Your Journey – Our Passion


Chronology part 1

Chronology (part 1)

  • 1980’s – Original research by American Academy of Nursing

  • 1991 - ANA Standards for Organized Nursing Services and Responsibilities of Nurse Administrators Across All Settings approved by ANA Board of Directors and ANCC was created

Nursing Excellence:

Your Journey – Our Passion


Chronology part 2

Chronology (part 2)

  • 1993 – infrastructure of Magnet Nursing Services Recognition Program built within ANCC

  • 1994 - first health care organization was awarded Magnet status

  • 2000 - program expanded internationally and 7 organizations designated

Nursing Excellence:

Your Journey – Our Passion


Forces of magnetism

Quality of Nursing Leadership

Organizational Structure

Management Style

Personnel Policies and Programs

Professional Models of Care

Quality of Care

Quality Improvement

Consultation and Resources

Autonomy

Community and the Hospital

Nurses as Teachers

Image of Nursing

Interdisciplinary Relationships

Professional Development

Forces of Magnetism

Nursing Excellence:

Your Journey – Our Passion


Magnet environments benefits

Magnet EnvironmentsBenefits

  • For the Health Care Consumer

    • Reduced Patient Mortality (Aiken, 1994; Aiken, 2002)

    • Reduced Patient Morbidity (Aiken, 2002; Needleman, 2002)

    • Increased Patient Satisfaction (Aiken, 1996; Bryan, et al, 1998)

    • Decreased “failure to rescue” (Aiken, 2002)

Nursing Excellence:

Your Journey – Our Passion


Magnet environment benefits continued

Magnet EnvironmentBenefits, continued

  • Nursing

    • Lower nurse turnover (Kramer & Schmalenberg, 1988; Kramer, 1990)

    • Lower nurse vacancy rates (Kramer & Schmalenberg, 1988; Kramer, 1990)

    • Lower nurse “burn-out” rates (Aiken, 2000; Aiken, 2002)

    • Lower nurse emotional exhaustion (Aiken, 1997)

    • Decreased needle stick injury (Aiken, 1997)

    • Better nurse-physician relationships (Kramer & Schmalenberg, 2003)

    • Higher nurse satisfaction (Aiken, 2000; Aiken, 2002; Bryan et al, 1998)

    • Higher nurse to Patient ratio (Aiken (2000)

Nursing Excellence:

Your Journey – Our Passion


Magnet environment benefits continued1

Magnet EnvironmentBenefits, continued

  • Corporate/Financial:

    • Decreased length of Stay (Bryan et al, 1998; Needleman, 2002)

    • Decreased cost of nursing staff replacement (Advisory Board, 2000)

    • Increased opportunity to market the institution-

      • US News and World Report-100 Best Hospitals--Magnet part of criteria

    • Variable costs of start up

Nursing Excellence:

Your Journey – Our Passion


Return on investment

Return on Investment

  • Georgetown University Hospital

    • 8 Million dollar cost avoidance-one fiscal year

    • Increased recruitment success

    • Less dependent on agency nurses

  • James A. Haley VA Hospital

    • Total Cost: FY 95-03 $144, 413

    • Total Benefit: FY 95 – 03 $14.8 Million

  • Children’s Memorial Hospital

    • Approx. cost $250,000

    • Savings: 2,625,540.00

Nursing Excellence:

Your Journey – Our Passion


Ancc information brief

Magnet

Quality of Leadership

The

Journey

Professional Models of Care

Personnel Policies & Procedures

Organizational Structure

Interdisciplinary Relationships

Community & the Hospital

Image of Nursing

Quality Improvement

Professional Development

Consultation & Resources

Autonomy

Management Style

Nurses as Teachers

Quality of Care

Standards of Professional Performance

for Nurse Administrators

Standards of Practice for Nurse Administrators

Nursing Excellence:

Your Journey – Our Passion


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