Those who work most closely with residents are at the core of providing quality care and achieving quality outcomes. Research shows that satisfied and happy staffs provide better quality care and contribute to greater quality of life for the residents in skilled nursing centers. With a more satisfied, well-trained, and committed staff providers see increased retention rates and fewer work-related accidents and injuries, all of which contribute to better overall performance of the center. Gero Nurse Prep can help nurses feel more confident and stabilize turnover. Gero Nurse Prep can help address all four quality initiatives set forth by the AHCA/NCAL, based on CMS quality indicators.
Gero Nurse Prep remains steadfast in assisting skilled nursing care centers in continuing to improve the quality of care provided to elders. We strive to promote a culture of quality for the long term and post-acute care sector. The map below displays those locations who have made the commitment to quality and have participated in the Gero Nurse Prep course.
|Jun 13, 2018 - Dr. Heidi Keeler attends the 2018 Nebraska Healthcare Quality Forum.|
|Jun 05, 2018 - Seniors Slow to Embrace Online Access to Doctors|
|May 22, 2018 - CDC: Fall-related deaths spike; more intervention needed|
|May 07, 2018 - Prepared Nurses Improve Outcomes.|
|May 09, 2018 - Celebrate National Skilled Nursing Care Week: May 13-19, 2018|
Glad I took the course. Knowing learners have a 96% success rate gave me confidence.
Being more confident in my knowledge base will enable me to practice more confidently.
The main thing the course did was to give me self-confidence in geriatric nursing.
I’m taking back several ideas for improvement and a renewed sense of motivation.
I was extremely pleased with the course itself & how well it prepared me for the ANCC exam.