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Lead with a single source of evidence-based truth
Lippincott® Solutions supports nurse leaders in a constantly evolving care environment by providing a single source of up-to-date, evidence-based clinical decision support professional development content to help increase nursing competencies and build a culture of learning.

Nurse leader challenges

In today’s challenging environment, nurse leaders must balance quality and cost priorities with the realities of improving nursing staff engagement, navigating turnover and shortages, and building the nursing workforce of the future. Lippincott helps drive key performance indicators by improving quality metrics, standardize policies and procedures, and ensure survey readiness.

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Raise the bar on clinical excellence

Provide nurses with evidence-based guidance and clinical decision tools that minimize variability of care, optimize care quality and improve metrics — all while driving patient outcomes.

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Strengthen and retain the workforce

Help new nurses transition to practice while giving experienced nurses the support they need to seamlessly onboard, build confidence in new competencies, and chart satisfying career paths.

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Navigate constant change

Stay agile and current by quickly deploying the latest evidence, best practices, and policies. Get immediate access to built-in tools that validate nurses are practicing within institutional policies.

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Drive nursing transformation

Build a sustainable culture of safety and quality care that improves metrics beyond the status quo and helps achieve or sustain Magnet® or Pathway to Excellence® designations.

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Nurse leaders must drive innovation that strengthens nurses’ clinical skills, judgment and resilience — all while improving retention and quality of patient care. When they lead with Lippincott, nurse leaders are able to take advantage of the Lippincott Solutions suite’s integrated, cloud-based components to unite learning and point of care decisions in a single workflow that furthers nurses’ development and performance.

Learn about our impact

Learn how Hackensack Meridian Health used Lippincott Solutions to standardize policies, procedures and education across the system’s 11 hospital sites during a pandemic.
“We know it’s better to access the latest, evidence-based procedure from Lippincott rather than depend on policies that are looked at once every few years. After all, a policy that’s looked at infrequently cannot compete with something that’s frequently synthesized — sometimes every quarter — for accuracy against the evidence. There’s no way we could match that. I’m confident that using Lippincott improves outcomes.”  —Miriam McNicholas, DNP, RN, CNL, NEA-BC, Clinical Policy Administrator, Hackensack Meridian Health 
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Discover the organizations we partner with
  • ANPD
  • Joint Commission Resources
The Association for Nursing Professional Development (ANPD) advances the specialty practice of nursing professional development for the enhancement of healthcare outcomes. Professional development as a specialty of nursing practice is defined by standards, based on research, and critical to quality patient and organizational outcomes. Founded in 1989 as the National Nursing Staff Development Organization (NNSDO), ANPD has grown to nearly 4000 members who provide lifelong learning opportunities to licensed nurses.
An independent, not-for-profit organization since 1951, The Joint Commission (TJC) provides accreditation and certification to health care organizations and programs in the United States. The Joint Commission is the nation's oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in health care.
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