NDNQINational Database of Nursing Quality Indicators
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The NDNQI developed a set of codes to precisely describe the many different populations cared for in nursing units.
HMC was the only award recipient located outside of the United States and was up against 200 international NDNQI users.
The scientific measurement and data collection process of the NDNQI solution better equips organizations to take steps to prevent workplace violence and improve nurse and patient outcomes.
They proposed several existing CMS, NQF, CALNOC, and NDNQI measures with adaption, as well as new and original indicators to develop and test.
The 2013 quarter 2 NDNQI step-down benchmark for falls with injury was 0.57.
"The National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI)." Online Journal of Issues in Nursing 12 (3): 2 [accessed on October 1,2015].
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.
"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
Quality Indicators (NDNQI) has used data collection and analysis to
Peterson in a session about NDNQI, the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators.
The American Nurses Association has spearheaded development of the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI).
Patient falls are among the numerous performance measures reported by NDNQI, the nation's most comprehensive database of nursing performance indicators.