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Website spotlight: Nurse executives focus on complexity of care delivery

Nurse Leader Insider, April 25, 2011

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Rebecca Hendren, for HealthLeaders Media, April 19, 2011

The average nurse is in cognitive overload, completing about 100 tasks per shift with an interruption every three minutes. At its annual meeting, the American Organization of Nurse Executives' put the spotlight on the current nature of nursing work to see how care delivery can be reshaped.

The sunny skies of San Diego proved an ideal setting for an upbeat meeting of the AONE annual convention last week. The nurse executives weren't letting uncertainty over healthcare reform dampen their moods. They arrived at the conference ready to learn from each other and share best practices for reshaping care delivery in the era of cost containment, increasing regulation, scrutiny, and accountability.

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