• The Circle Way for Nursing Leadership

    In the midst of the science, the technology, the training, and the skill sets in this scene, the core component being called for is clear communication: clear communication with patients and families; clear communication within the team. And before and after this moment, there is the need for clear communication with nurse managers and nurse executives1 that will support improved quality of care for the B-2 floor staff.
  • Salary and Compensation Study for Nurse Leaders 2016

    July 25 2016|Report
    Related Topics: AONE, Compensation
    In 2016, AONE continued its work to provide robust and timely data surrounding the compensation of nurse leaders. This executive report provides a detailed report of the AONE Salary and Compensation Study for Nurse Leaders| 2016.
  • AONE System CNE White Paper

    May 04 2016|White Paper
    Related Topics: AONE
    As the U.S. health care environment continues to evolve in response to calls for lower cost, higher quality and an improved patient experience, health care organizations are undergoing fundamental change. This in turn requires the system Chief Nurse Executive (CNE) to adjust and embrace new competencies. These include improving population health, increasing quality, expanding provider coverage and managing increasingly complex health information technology systems. System nursing leaders must take on these issues while at the same time ensuring safety across the continuum of care and keeping financial viability in mind. The system CNE must also remain prepared to respond to evolving changes in ownership or partnership of their health care organization.
  • Making the Business Case for Quality: Lessons from the Field

    January 15 2015|Webinar
    Related Topics: AONE, Workplace Safety
    In the world of health care transformation, organizations must address a growing list of priorities with a shrinking number of resources.
  • Nurse Licensure Compact

    October 02 2002|Position Statement
    Related Topics: AONE
    On behalf of the more than 3800 members of the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) which represents America’s professional nurses in executive practice, I would like to state our unqualified support of the Nurse Licensure Compact.

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