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A Labor Management Partnership The Mount Sinai Medical Center Experience. May 12, 2010 Angela Doyle , Executive Vice President – 1199/SEIU Carol Porter DNP, RN - Chief Nursing Officer/ SVP – MSMC Janet Johnson, APN-BC – MSMC Heart Hospital. The Mount Sinai Hospital.
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The Mount Sinai Medical Center Experience
May 12, 2010
Angela Doyle , Executive Vice President – 1199/SEIU
Carol Porter DNP, RN - Chief Nursing Officer/ SVP – MSMC
Janet Johnson, APN-BC – MSMC Heart Hospital
Ongoing communication, collaboration, and relationship building
“We, representatives of the Mount Sinai Medical Center, Local 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, and the New York State Nurses Association Local Bargaining Unit at the Mount Sinai Hospital, declare our commitment to partnership in pursuit of mutually defined objectives.
We are dedicated to achieving unprecedented excellence in the care of patients, their families, and our community. Towards these ends, we believe in creating and nurturing a positive environment of collaboration, work, and clinical practice.
We recognize that we are just beginning our journey. Although we may not always agree, we will respect our differences, seek common ground, and strive for success. As leaders, we will inspire and engage our constituents in this journey to excellence.
We commit to work together to provide leadership and direction in this effort to make The Mount Sinai Hospital the best it can be. In unity, we believe that we will succeed.
Signed by the Labor Management Partnership Committee
The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York- September 2006
Management Strategic Partners*
Full partners in
plans, monitoring, and taking corrective action.
influence final decisions; participate in
developing solutions, changes
giving feedback on what is
*Adaptation from 1199 SEIU Labor Management Project (2007)
Clinical RNs + Case Mgrs + APNs Nursing Education specialists, Nurse Clinicians + Per- Diem Clinical Nurses, Per Diem APNs = 2106
• Over 100 RN Magnet Champions & now created Magnet Champion Partners
2004 - 2008
Establishment of the:
Center for Nursing Research and Education –MSSM 2009
Our labor management partnership is like any relationship requiring time, caring and the courage to take a Leap of Faith
The Mount Sinai Medical Center
1199 SEIU Health Care Workers East
New York State Nurses Association Local Bargaining Unit
The effects of a nursing labor management partnership (NLMP) on nurse turnover and nurse satisfaction were examined. Background: Job satisfaction and retention are among the factors related to the nursing shortage. The NLMP was a specific intervention where nursing leaders, both nonbargaining and bargaining, worked collaboratively to improve patient care and outcomes. Methods: The study was conducted in a large, Magnet-designated urban academic medical center in the Northeastern United States. The hospital has more than 1,000 inpatient beds and more than 2,200 registered nurses, 2,107 of whom are members of a nursing union. Nurse turnover and satisfaction were studied before (2005) and after (2008) the implementation of the NLMP model. Results: There was a significant decrease in nurse turnover and a significant increase in nurse satisfaction (from moderate to high) post-NLMP. Conclusions: This study establishes a basis for further nursing research on the implementation of an NLMP in union environments. (C) 2010 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.