We’ll be in Orlando next week for the 70th AHCA/NCAL Convention and Expo and hope you’ll stop by booth 2321 and learn more about our program that prepares RNs for the ANCC Board Certification exam.
Research conducted by AHCA/NCAL earlier this year shows that SNFs that employ at least one American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Board certified RN also, on average, performed higher on SNF VBP performance. The average 2017 SNF VBP performance score across the nation was 34.4. For SNFs with at least one RN who has been ANCC Board certified in gerontological nursing, the average SNF VBP performance score was 44.2. The net result is that these SNFs get higher Medicare Part A reimbursements.
The AHCA/NCAL 2019 research also found that SNFs with at least one ANCC Board certified RN also experienced:
- Fewer survey deficiencies
- Fewer IJ citations
- Lower rehospitalization rates
- Lower rates of off-label use of antipsychotics
- Higher CMS 5-Star ratings
Learn more now by going to geronurseprep.com