The January 2022 issue of Voice of Nursing Leadership focuses on innovation. From using robots to hardwiring innovation into clinical processes, this issue looks at innovation from several vantage points. Included is a case study on switching to virtual appointments during the pandemic and a nurse leadership view of machine learning.
Happy New Year! I’m honored and excited to be serving as the AONL president for the next two years. As nurse leaders, we’re living in unimaginable times. After facing a multitude of obstacles ranging from civil unrest...Continue reading.
Health information technology has surfaced as a renewed area of major investment to enable many of these solutions. In particular, machine learning and automated clinical decision support...Continue reading.
For many years Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles, has used a robot known as an automated guided vehicle system (AGVS) to move food carts, linen and supplies through tracks located behind the scenes...Continue reading.
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Nursing innovations bring efficiencies leading to improved clinical and administrative outcomes that reduce time to complete work, decrease cost of care and improve stakeholder satisfaction...Continue reading.