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The Challenges of Patient Engagement

Donna Scott, executive director of RelayHealth in Atlanta, GA, talks about the challenges of patient engagement, and strategies healthcare organizations can use to implement or improve upon the concept. [
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HealthLeaders 20: Laura Fedge, RN
December 2, 2009
An interview with Laura Fedge, RN, one of our 2009 HealthLeaders 20.

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HealthLeaders 20: Faith Coleman, NP
December 2, 2009
An interview with Faith Coleman, NP, one of our 2009 HealthLeaders 20.

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HealthLeaders 20: Susan B. Frampton, PhD
December 2, 2009
An interview with Susan B. Frampton, PhD, one of our 2009 HealthLeaders 20.

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HealthLeaders 20: Barbara Hannon
December 2, 2009
An interview with Barbara "BJ" Hannon, one of our 2009 HealthLeaders 20.

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Tips for Holding Staff Accountable and Building an Accountability Culture
November 3, 2009
Eileen Dohmann, RN, VP of nursing for Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, VA, explains the difference between responsibility and accountability, and offers strategies for getting staff to make and keep commitments.

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Preparing ED Nurses for H1N1-Related High Patient Volume
October 20, 2009
Shelley Cohen, RN, BS, CEN, president of Health Resources Unlimited, discusses how to help emergency departments prepare for increased demand in services from patients with suspected H1N1 infection.

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Focusing on Staff Morale in a Tough Economy
October 6, 2009
Meryl Montgomery, MSN, RN, ANCC Magnet Recognition ProgramĀ® director at the Medical Center of Central Georgia, discusses how the economy is affecting bedside caregivers and how managers can improve staff morale.

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