Improving Nursing Workloads

The Problem

Nurses have always struggled with balancing time between their workloads. Employee satisfaction and retention continue to be challenges, as the volume of patients and demand for quality care rises. A new system needed to be created to relieve the burden of administrative tasks from the nurse, allowing him/her to perform a higher scope of practice.

 

Read the entire case study on the hospital's TCAB program below.

 

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