Sunday, 8 November 2015: 11:00 AM-12:15 PM
Description/Overview: The symposium will explore dimensions of care coordination clinical reasoning; an essential skill for advanced practice. A definition and description of Care Coordination Clinical Reasoning is presented as it relates to the future of advanced practice nursing. The critical, creative, systems and complexity thinking skills that support a new model for care coordination clinical reasoning are described and discussed. These skills are assumed under the three types of systems thinking; individual-systems thinking, team-systems thinking, and organizational-systems thinking. Systems thinking supports the interprofessional networking that is imperative for case management and care coordination success. Value network analysis is introduced as an essential aspect of care coordination to identify priorities of care and highlight the added dimensions of advanced practice nursing. Through the use of a case study, teaching learning strategies and worksheets that scaffold the learning process to create habits of mind in new graduates are shared. Care coordination clinical reasoning is a key issue in the evolution and development of a health care analytics movement that supports value, insight and understanding of how big data supports the business and clinical intelligence needed to drive quality and positively transforming health care. Three presentations will be included in this symposium that pull together all the facets of care coordination for advanced practice nursing that were developed from the history of nursing practice, the current health care arena and the future use of analytics and big data sets to form new care coordination programs for the future.
Moderators: Kandace Landreneau, PhD, MSN, BSN, BSEd, CCTC, College of Nursing, Northwestern State University, Shreveport, LA
Symposium Organizers: RuthAnne Kuiper, PhD, MN, BSN, RN, CNE, ANEF, School of Nursing, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Wilmington, NC, USA
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