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• Discuss the evolving health care delivery
system.
• Discuss the significance of the IOM
recommendations and opportunities with the
Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action.
• Discuss nursing’s role in a transformed health
care system.
• Answer your questions.

• All 50 states + DC, Puerto Rico
and the U.S. Virgin Islands
• World's largest nonprofit,
nonpartisan membership
organization
• Committed to improving the health
care work force
• Dedicated dollars to nursing
initiatives

Need to address challenges
facing nursing to address
challenges facing our health
system
RWJF MISSION
To improve health and
health care for all
Americans

High costs
High costs
High costs
Aging and sicker
population
Aging and sicker
Aging and sicker
population
population
Primary care
shortage
Primary care
Primary care
shortage
shortage
Healthcare
disparities
Healthcare
Healthcare
disparities
disparities
FragmentationFragmentation
Fragmentation
Technology
Technology
Technology





High-quality, patient-
centered health care for all
will require a transformation
of the health care delivery
system
One of the most-viewed
online reports in IOM
history

Best seller on IOM’s website: 16,000 views
on average each month
Groups have coalesced in nearly every
state to take action on the IOM
recommendations
Health and Human Services Secretary
Kathleen Sebelius praised the IOM report
recommendations in a January 2011
interview in the New England Journal of
Medicine

All Americans have access to high-quality,
patient-centered care in a health care system
where nurses contribute as essential partners
in achieving success

DATA
Interprofessional Collaboration 
Diversity

Implement nurse residency programs
Implement nurse residency programs
Increase the number of nurses
with doctorates
Increase the number of nurses
with doctorates
Promote lifelong learning
Promote lifelong learning
Increase the proportion of nurses
with BSN and higher degrees
Increase the proportion of nurses
with BSN and higher degrees

Some association between educational level and patient
outcomes

All practitioners should practice to the
full extent of their education and
training
All practitioners should practice to the
full extent of their education and
training
Physicians, nurses and other health
professionals work in a team-based
model of care delivery
Physicians, nurses and other health
professionals work in a team-based
model of care delivery
Models of care maximize time that
providers can spend on their
respective roles and responsibilities
to patients
Models of care maximize time that
providers can spend on their
respective roles and responsibilities
to patients

Studies show that APRNs permitted to practice to full extent of
education and training provide equal or better care
Systematic review of published literature between 1990 and
2008 indicate patient outcomes of care provided by APRNs
and equivalent or better than MD



Nurses bring important viewpoint
to management and policy
discussions
Nurses bring important viewpoint
to management and policy
discussions

*RWJF, 2010
**American Hospital Association, 2011
Gallup survey of
1,500 opinion
leaders* said nurses
should have more:
Influence in
reducing medical
errors, increasing
quality of care,
promoting wellness
Input and impact in
planning, policy
development and
management
Survey of 1,000
U.S. hospitals**
found:
Nurses account for
only six percent of
board members
Physicians account
for 20 percent of
board members
Other clinicians are
five percent of
board members
TCAB:
Falls with harm,
“code blue” calls,
30-day re-
admissions declined
71 percent of floor
nurses felt their
ideas counted after
TCAB, up 13
percent

Research on
health care
workforce is
fragmented
Need data on all
health professions
Improved health
care workforce
data collection to
better assess and
project workforce
requirements

Nurses should reflect patient
population
in terms of gender, race and ethnicity
Nurses should reflect patient
population
in terms of gender, race and ethnicity
All nurses should provide
culturally competent care
All nurses should provide
culturally competent care

Map Legend
Action Coalitions
Pending Action Coalitions
OR
WA
ID
MT
WY
NV
CA
UT
AZ
CO
NM
ND
SD
NE
KS
OK
TX
MN
IA
MO
AR
LA
WI
IL
IN
MI
OH
KY
TN
MS AL
FL
GA
SC
NC
VAWV
PA
MD
DE
NY
DC
CT
RI
MA
VT
NH
ME
AK
HI
NJ
UPDATED: 5.23.12

States
Florida, New York,
California
Community college transition to state
college and community college/state
college partnerships
Washington
Common curriculum and articulation
models
Georgia, Illinois, Ohio
Online doctoral programs
Montana
Rural nurse residency program

National Organizations
CCNA Learning Collaborative on Advancing Education
Transformation
AACN and Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence collaboration to
enhance efforts to increase doctorally-prepared faculty
Leapfrog Group encouragement of Magnet status for hospitals
National Hispanic Medical Association work to improve
interdisciplinary education
Target promise to engage clinical nurses in leadership

A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey
player plays where the puck is going to be.
- Wayne Gretzky
“We are skating to the puck. In the long run, you’re preparing the workforce to be deployed more
effectively. You’ll have an organization that can evolve. If you don’t, you won’t have a workforce
to get you over the line.” Jack Rowe, M.D.

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