The NJCCN’s residency program in Long-Term Care was correlated with an 86% increase in retention of nurses entering the field. This residency program can be replicated through our recent publication of detailed lesson plans and external resources.
Health Leaders Media reports that “Post-acute care has become an essential component of value-based care. By preparing new nurses through a long-term care residency program, facilities can improve nurse retention, confidence, and competency. Accountable care organizations, value-based care, and new reimbursement models are changing the healthcare landscape, and with that the role of the post-acute care nurse is evolving as well.” To view their full article, please click here.