NDNQI

AcronymDefinition
NDNQINational Database of Nursing Quality Indicators
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We have gotten very used to using NDNQI data," says Diane Reinhard, MBA, MSCIS, BSN, RN, NE-BC, CRRN, Vice President of Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer
The NDNQI requires participating hospital staff to be trained in pressure ulcer identification and staging prior to collecting pressure ulcer data.
The company stated that along with its benchmarking data, engagement tools and analytics, the addition of NDNQI will help Press Ganey offer greater insight into nursing performance to improve overall patient experience and outcomes.
The rate of injurious patient falls at the more than 1,900 hospitals that collect and submit data to NDNQI dropped by 5.
The NDNQI program is unique in its ability to provide unit-level reporting aligned to nursing-sensitive measures and in compliance with Magnet Recognition Program[sup.
NDNQI data also showed that the nurses' intent to stay increased by 29 percent over the two years, that injury falls rate decreased by 17 percent in four years, hospital-acquired pressure ulcer rate decreased by 24-59 percent in two years, and infection rates decreased by 87 percent in two years.
hospitals--that report results to NDNQI and measure their performance against other NDNQI hospitals regionally, statewide, and nationwide.
ONA is also involved with working collaboratively with other providers and health care entities at the State Capitol ONA is involved with state wide groups such as the Electronic Health Record Consortium and a group focused on Health Insurance Exchange Other examples of collaborative work include: Joanna Briggs Institute of Oklahoma, NDNQI Collaborative and Oklahoma Health Care Workforce Center.
The event showcased the newest publication of the National Center for Nursing Quality [R], NDNQI Case Studies in Nursing Quality Improvement.
Having the honor and pleasure of Norma Lang repeating for us the presentation she did at the national NDNQI conference and giving us a call to action for Wisconsin.
I visited the ANA bookstore and the NDNQI booth and spoke about researching results on-line.
Brann, a faculty member at Touro University, developed a peer-review system that was integrated as part of a major medical center's nursing shared governance process with the purpose of increasing the autonomy of nursing staff and improving the perceived quality of care delivered as measured by the NDNQI scores.