A nursing workforce in transition

It's no secret: nurse teams need support now more than ever. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses and health professionals were facing challenges with burnout, turnover, attrition, and retirement.

Nurse executives also face increasing institutional pressures including maintaining hospital certifications, impacting value-based care initiatives, improving health equity and population health, educating and empowering patients, and supporting staff training and retention.

Access to robust technologies and actionable clinical information can support nursing teams with consistent, evidence-based information and patient education, both at the point of care and outside the clinical setting, as well as ongoing nurse clinical competency and professional development. Advanced, relevant AI-powered alerts and automated solutions can save time and effort for overworked nurse teams and can help prioritize patient needs, reduce care variability, and lower costs.

As CNOs and nurse executives look beyond the pandemic to transform their workforce, foster resilience in their teams, and provide more equitable patient care, integrated, evidence-based solutions from Wolters Kluwer can empower nurse teams to provide consistent, quality care to all.

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650M+ clinical topics viewed annually through integrated solutions

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53% reduction in sepsis-related mortality with AI-powered alerts

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35M patients reached outside of care settings with automated reminders

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Explore our latest content and Expert Insights on patient engagement, standardizing processes, and equipping and empowering teams in nursing and healthcare.

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Our suite of evidence-based solutions provides nursing leaders and executives with the tools and resources to support their nursing teams in a constantly evolving care environment.

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