Gero Nurse Prep Sale Ends November 15: Enroll Now and Take a Year to Complete the Course.

RNs  and organizations can save $100 off the regular registration fee through November 15 by using promo code GETGNP20 (all caps). AHCA/NCAL Gero Nurse Prep provides tremendous value at this AHCA/NCAL member $590 sale price. That’s less than $20 per contact hour for outstanding nursing education that makes a measurable difference on so many fronts. For RNs interested in pursuing Board certification through ANCC, there is an additional and separate cost of $395.

To register, or to find out more, go to https://www.geronurseprep.com/

Save $100 On Gero Nurse Prep!

The Proof is in the Outcomes: RNs Trained in Gerontological Nursing Get Better Results!

Research conducted by AHCA/NCAL in 2019 shows that SNFs that employ at least one American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Board certified RN experienced:

  • Higher average SNF VBP Performance Scores (44.2 versus 34.4 national average)
  • Fewer survey deficiencies
  • Fewer IJ citations
  • Lower rehospitalization rates
  • Lower rates of off-label use of antipsychotics
  • Higher CMS 5-Star rating

Find out more at  https://bit.ly/2VJRbin

Register between now and April 30th using the promo code 2020RN (case sensitive) and save $100 off each enrollment. Lock in this special price by enrolling now and taking up to 60 days to pay! Contact us at concne@unmc.edu for more details.

 

Gero Nurse Prep is on Sale!

The Proof is in the Outcomes: RNs Trained in Gerontological Nursing Get Better Results!

Research conducted by AHCA/NCAL in 2019 shows that SNFs that employ at least one American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Board certified RN experienced:

  • Higher average SNF VBP Performance Scores (44.2 versus 34.4 national average)
  • Fewer survey deficiencies
  • Fewer IJ citations
  • Lower rehospitalization rates
  • Lower rates of off-label use of antipsychotics
  • Higher CMS 5-Star rating

To get the $100 off discount promo code go to  https://bit.ly/2VJRbin

Are You Ready for Certified Nurses Day?

Every March 19, employers, certification boards, education facilities, and healthcare providers celebrate and publicly acknowledge nurses who earn and maintain the highest credentials in their specialty.

Certified Nurses Day™ honors nurses worldwide who contribute to better patient outcomes through national board certification in their specialty. A registered nurse (RN) license allows nurses to practice. Certification affirms advanced knowledge, skill, and practice to meet the challenges of modern nursing.

Inspired by Dr. Margretta ‘Gretta’ Madden Styles, RN, EdD, FAAN, a pioneer in nursing certification, Certified Nurses Day is the perfect opportunity to invite all nurses to advance their career by choosing certification.

Find out how you can help celebrate at https://www.nursingworld.org/education-events/certified-nurses-day/

Higher SNF VBP Scores With Board Certified RNs!

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.

Learn more more about the value of board certification http://www.longtermcareleader.com/2019/11/snfs-with-board-certified-rns-have.html 

 

 

 

Gero Nurse Prep Is On Sale!

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

Read the full article at http://www.longtermcareleader.com/2019/10/the-gero-nurse-prep-fall-sale-is-on.html