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|About the Perspectives in Staffing &Scheduling (PSS™) Annual Survey of Hours National Benchmark©:|
The Labor Management Institute has designed and executed research studies in a variety of areas related to scheduling, staffing and labor management. Annually, we conduct the Perspectives in Staffing &Scheduling (PSS™) Annual Survey of Hours National Benchmark© which focuses on The Direct HPPD, Indirect HPPD and Total Worked HPPD. We examine additional elements pertinent to schedule preparation and degree of automation, overtime, deficit demands and response. We include RN specific questions such as age, education and ratios. We include detailed ratios for RN's, LPN/LVN's, NA's, and CNS's by unit type. We report on non-unit-based educators in addition to questions on nurse manager span of control and other elements reflective of the 2004 Institute of Medicine’s "Keeping Patients Safe" report recommendations.
|2012 Annual Survey of Hours Report - PDF Version NEW!|
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|2012 Annual Survey of Hours Report - Print Version|
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|2012 Annual Survey of Hours Institutional PDF Report|
Allows unlimited access and printing to anyone within a single hospital/business location. Special VA Pricing available!
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|NEW! 2012 Annual Survey of Hours Report for Non-Unit Based Educators|
Available in PDF Version Only. The PDF is a secure document requring a password and the document is watermarked when printed.
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|IOM Recommendation Assessment Grid||$50.00||Download Now|
|The IOM Recommendation Assessment Grid is a tool for your organization to assess and improve patient care and safety practices. |
These recommendations were published in the 2004 Institute of Medicine's "Keeping Patients Safe: Transforming the Work Environment of Nurses".
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|This report examines the relationship between hours per patient day(HPPD) and length of stay (LOS). Eight conclusions with 9 strategies to cope with a decreasing LOS are presented. The HPPD on the General Med/Surg units increased by one hour per day for each day the LOS is decreased.|
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|Nurse Manager Span of Control|
“Nurse Manager Span of Control and Effectiveness Study” by Dr. Chris Meade. Published June 4, 2008. Funded by the Studer Group. Dr. Meade is an associate of the Labor Management Institute. Refer to her biography on the LMI Associates page for more information. Dr. Meade can be reached by email at email@example.com.
The Nurse Manager Span of Control and Effectiveness Study was launched on October 1, 2007 and ended on December 31, 2007 for data collection purposes. The study was published June 4, 2008. It was funded by the Studer Group and its purpose was to provide information on the management and training practices of hospitals, the span of control of first-line nurse managers as well as to correlate the effect these variables have on patient safety, quality outcomes, employee turnover and patient satisfaction. The study is available to download here