Webinar: Clinical communication and collaboration technology: Considerations for nurse leaders
Clinical communication and collaboration (CC&C) technology coordinates care team activities, improving the efficiency of care delivery and enhancing the patient’s experience.
As the primary caregivers and hubs of care coordination, nurses make up the greatest percentage of patient-care technology users, so it’s imperative that nurse leaders are involved throughout the selection, implementation and sustained utilization of a CC&C solution.
Watch this webinar to learn strategies for incorporating nurse leaders into the implementation of a CC&C solution.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:
- Define the role of the nurse leader in the selection of a CC&C solution
- Avoid common pitfalls in selecting, implementing and maintaining CC&C technology
- Boost end-user adoption and attain desired outcomes throughout this initiative
Cory Werts, RN, MSN
Chief Nursing Officer
St. Rita’s Medical Center
Cory is the current Chief Nursing Officer for Mercy Health, St. Rita’s in Lima, OH. Cory obtained her Masters of Science in Nursing from Chamberlin College of Nursing and her BSN from Wright State University where she was awarded the Nightingale Award for Excellence in Nursing. Cory’s nursing career began at St. Rita’s as a staff nurse. As her nursing career expanded, she served as a Clinical Shift Supervisor for Med/ Surg., Critical Care Manager for ICU Stepdown, Director of Patient Services and Senior Nursing Administrator before assuming her CNO role. Cory’s passion for empowering nurses with the most up to date technology available is a major focus of her strategic plan.
Michelle McCleerey, PhD, MA, MEd, MBA, RN
Vice President of Strategy and Chief Clinical Officer
Michelle provides strategic guidance on the evolving healthcare landscape to inform the development of solutions that meet the needs and challenges of healthcare providers. Dr. McCleerey brings more than a decade of experience in creating innovative, user-centered healthcare technologies. Her clinical experience in hospitals provides her with the first-hand insights needed to create technologies that support clinician workflow, instead of requiring clinicians to adapt to technology. She has a master’s degree in business administration, a doctorate and master’s degree in human factors, a master’s degree in education, and a bachelor’s degree in nursing and holds several patents for user-centered designs.
Clinical communication and collaboration technology:
Considerations for nurse leaders
May 15, 2018
2 p.m. ET
Duration: 1 hour