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Dr. Marie-Elena Barry, DNP, RN, faculty member of Capella University's School of Nursing and Health Sciences discusses the power of care coordination.
Uncover the benefits of a more educated nursing staff–including lowering the cost of care by over $5M annually, reducing annual readmissions by 248 days, improving patient mortality rates, and lowering their length of stay. Learn how BSN-qualified nurses can improve care for your patients–and allow you to meet your organizational goals.
Respondents to a recent survey by Chief Learning Officer and Capella University report that when they have a tuition assistance program, they observe higher levels of employee satisfaction, increased employee engagement, and higher retention. Learn how your peers are using tuition assistance programs as an important recruitment and retention tool.
University Health System (UHS) proactively addresses the nursing skills gap and promotes advanced nursing staff competencies through a partnership with Capella University.
Read an expert roundtable discussion with Executive Vice President and Chief Officer for the American Nursing Credentialing Center, Linda Lewis, and other healthcare leaders as they touch on what Magnet designation means for nurses, as well as the business impact on the hospitals they work at.
Dr. Patrick Robinson, Dean, School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Capella University, discusses why having a highly educated nursing workforce is critical to hospital success, and how healthcare organizations can work with academic institutions to help reach their 80/20 goals over the next five years.
Capella University’s competency-based nursing program option responds to mounting demand; helps experienced nurses advance their career.
Read an exclusive interview with Dr. Patrick Robinson, Dean, School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Capella University, where he discusses the importance of fostering empowerment and creativity among your nursing staff, and the tactics leaders within your organization can take to accomplish that—efficiently and effectively.
Patrick Robinson, PhD, RN, FAAN, dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Capella University, discusses nurses’ evolving roles in a value-based world, the growing trend of nurse leaders driving innovation, and higher education’s mandate to keep pace with so much disruption.
F. Patrick Robinson, PhD, RN, FAAN, Dean, School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Capella University explains the important role of nurses in driving toward the Triple AIM.Download Now
Nancy J. Robert, executive vice president for the American Nurses Association, and Christy Davidson, DNP, RNCOB, School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Capella University, discuss the obstacles holding nurses back from leadership roles, nursing perceptions versus nursing realities, and how patients can tell the difference between hospitals with strong nursing leadership versus those where nurses are less empowered.Download Now
Capella University’s Competency-Based FlexPath Nursing Program allows registered nurses to complete their BSN in as little as 12 to 18 months by leveraging the knowledge and skills gained during their professional practice and allowing them to focus on the new competencies they need to practice at the top of their profession.Listen Now
F. Patrick Robinson, PhD, RN, FAAN, Dean, School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Capella University writes about Capella's revolutionary education model, FlexPath, and how it can help healthcare achieve its nursing goals.
Learn why interprofessional competencies have become so critical in improving patient outcomes, and the role education plays in building these competencies as you listen to this quick, 8-minute podcast by the Association for Talent Development (ATD). Dr. Ben Spedding, Faculty Chair Public Health and Health Leadership for the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Capella University, and Dr. Christy Davidson, Associate Dean for the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Capella University, discuss what interprofessional competencies are and why they’re important, as well as how organizations can help their health care professionals build these competencies through interprofessional education.
Capella University’s School of Nursing and Health Sciences Dean, F. Patrick Robinson, PhD, RN, FAAN, discusses the positive outcomes that have resulted from investing in nursing education. You will also hear how Capella’s employer partnership program, Nursing Track 80/20, was designed to help organization’s meet their nurse development goals.
Get a glimpse of one way Capella University helps nursing students understand the importance of emergency preparedness.
See how students can use a simulated system of health to turn strategies like meaningful use, interoperability and clinical workflow into skills they can immediately apply in their careers.
Learn more about the exciting, innovative way Capella is advancing higher education. Available for certain degrees, Flexpath leverages the knowledge, skills, and experience you already possess to reduce tuition costs and speed up completion time.