Preparing for your ANCC Magnet Recognition Program® with Lippincott Solutions.
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For many hospitals, achieving Magnet status can attract top nursing talent, foster a culture of continuous improvement, and stabilize costs. But the path to recognition can be an onerous. All of the following activities take time, money, resource allocation, and know-how.
Getting nurse leaders and others to see the importance of Magnet status
Explaining the process to stakeholders
Implementing cultural and organizational changes to better address improvements
Gathering data to prove standards have been met
Determining whether Magnet standards have been met
Adopting a data-driven approach to identify areas for improvement
We can help! Here you’ll find updates to standards, tips from Magnet hospitals, and all the ways Lippincott Solutions can address your pain points and help your hospital get Magnet recognition.
“We are proud to be working on our third Magnet redesignation: for previous applications, it helped to be able to show our procedures via Lippincott and just how regularly and efficiently our procedure updates are managed.”
- Mary Comeau, HonorHealth
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How Our Products Help You Become a Magnet Hospital
Five components make up the ANCC’s Magnet Recognition Model: Transformational Leadership, Structural Empowerment, Exemplary Professional Practice, New Innovations, and Empirical Quality Outcomes. Together they serve as a framework for assessing hospitals seeking Magnet status and—more importantly—drive the future of nursing practice.
Each of our four solutions can support organizations of any size throughout their Magnet journey—from infrastructure changes to data gathering to application submission. How?
Care standardization – Lippincott Procedures disseminates the same procedural standards to ALL nurses in your facility, ensuring consistently high skills and collaborative care.
Improving outcomes – Lippincott Solutions content is regularly updated so your nurses have access to the latest standards, guidelines, and procedures. The teaching resources Lippincott Professional Development Collection and Lippincott Blended Learning include topics and lessons covering not only clinical care, but also leadership, orientation, safety, and more. Plus, patient teaching resources, such as those in Lippincott Advisor, are known to reduce patient readmissions, a key metric for any hospital.
Saving time - Minimize the amount of data gathering you need to demonstrate achievement and free up nursing staff to see patients, upgrade skills, promote the benefits of Magnet status, and more. All our solutions offer single points of access to their content. Both the Lippincott Professional Development Collection and Lippincott Blended Learning can integrate with your Learning Management System (LMS). And the patient handouts of Lippincott Advisor can be linked to a patient’s EMR.
Data-driven – Data is crucial for maintaining care standards, identifying areas for improvement, implementing new staffing infrastructure, and collecting evidence for your Magnet application. With Lippincott Blended Learning, for example, managers can track compliance of competency standards.
“When we were going through the Magnet application process, having Lippincott Solutions illustrated the tremendous emphasis we place on evidence-based best practice. Our nurses’ frequent use of Lippincott Procedures at the bedside and in continuing education showed the surveyor just how current we are in our practice. The surveyor was very impressed.”
“Several of our hospitals are in their window for Magnet re-designation for either their third or fourth time. Magnet emphasizes evidence-based research and practice, so we’ve let these facilities know that Lippincott Solutions is our tool of choice.”
- Cindy Jarrett-Pulliam
Vice President Nursing/Market Chief Nursing Officer