The AHA’s American Organization of Nursing Leadership affiliate, the American Nurses Association, and Johnson & Johnson this week released a report examining nurse-led innovations that improved patient care and outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic and opportunities to continue that progress going forward.

For example, nurses leveraged telehealth and virtual health to bring care to patients in need, especially those displaced from traditional care delivery pathways by COVID-19. They also spearheaded pilots that allowed health systems to adapt to meet the quickly evolving needs of patients. Click here to access the executive summary and three chapters of the report, “Accelerating Nursing, Transforming Healthcare.”

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