Will your team be attending the American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA) Annual Conference in San Francisco this week? If so, please visit the Pacific Concourse to see the Prophecy poster Using Technology to Improve Nurse Hiring Practices (# 056), which highlights our validated approach to selecting, onboarding and retaining the best nurses.
Prophecy’s research fits perfectly with the 2016 ANIA conference theme – Bridging Informatics and Patient Care.
Nursing informatics (NI), which integrates nursing science with information management and analytical sciences to better integrate data, information and experience into nursing practice, is increasingly becoming an executive leadership function in many health systems. No surprise, as research from the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) found that the integration of NI increases the overall quality of patient care over time. Nearly two-thirds of respondents indicated that having an NI involved in the analysis, design, implementation, optimization and selection process for clinical systems has a high degree of impact on quality outcomes and a substantial positive impact on the reduction of never events - adverse events that are serious and largely preventable.
As NI leaders identify technology-based solutions proven to impact patient care, assessment tools for selecting and retaining one of their most valuable resource – the nursing staff – should be a top priority. Health systems using Prophecy’s validated nurse assessment report measurable outcomes, including:
- Improved retention rates
- Shortened orientation cycles
- Streamlined onboarding
Prophecy clients experience 70% and higher reductions in turnover rates, better candidate selection, more targeted onboarding, and increased nurse engagement. These positive results translate into improvements in staff and patient communication, higher HCAHPS scores and better patient outcomes.
Please stop by the Pacific Concourse during the poster viewing sessions to discuss Prophecy’s research studies in more detail.
9:30 - 11:00 am
2:30 - 3:30 pm
7:00 - 8:00 am
9:30 - 10:45 am
Prophecy Team Presenting
Leslie Jeffries MSN, BSN, RN
Sr. VP of Clinical Operations
Leslie brings 20 years of diverse clinical experience, clinical risk management, and technology statistical analysis expertise to her position as APS’s Senior Vice President of Clinical Operations. Awarded her Masters of Science in Nursing with a specialty in Nursing Informatics from American Sentinel University in 2015, Jeffries merges past clinical and technological knowledge and healthcare informatics education to positively effect processes impacting patient safety for healthcare facilities around the country. Leslie collaborates with clients in project management, data analysis and research opportunities that use Prophecy data to improve their workforce. Leslie is also assisting Prophecy’s clinical team in conducting criterion research projects with new assessment tools. Outside of Prophecy, Leslie and her husband are busy with three girls, a farm full of black Angus cattle, and rumor has it that she makes a mean pan of homemade lasagna.
National Account Executive
David has been working with the Prophecy team since 2010. As a national account executive with over 10 years of experience in the field of validated test development, David works closely with hospitals to identify their testing needs, set goals, and implement solutions to reach those goals. Outside of work David is working towards his business degree and is a huge fan of billiards, darts, and attempts to play golf.
Prophecy is proud to recognize a leading industry expert from a client facility, who will be co-presenting the session below at the 2016 ANIA Conference:
Friday, April 22nd 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Smart Hospital Experience
- Brenda Kalhanek, PhD, MSN, MS, RN-BC Corporate Director of Clinical Practice & Education, Adventist Health with Jenny Horn, MSN, Cerner Corporation
Please stop by and rate Prophecy's poster (#056) on the 2016 ANIA conference app!