The cost of turnover for a new hire of a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant is estimated to be approximately $250,000 -$300,000.
'Advanced Practice Structure' Category Posts
Three reasons why APRNs and PAs should consider a new Post-Graduate Certificate Program in Advanced Practice Leadership. Could this be your fast-track to a leadership career?
Protected time leads to greater job satisfaction, more productivity, and increased profitability for Advanced Practice Providers.
Jennifer Rodgers’ recent promotion to VP of Advanced Practice at UCHealth represents a significant step forward for AP Leadership.
Dr. Paula Brooks explains a successful approach to standardize billing practices and increase productivity for APPs at MUSC
Are you an APRN or PA who is Interested in stepping up to a leadership position? I Here’s what you might expect to earn in an advanced practice leader job.
At the core of a strong Advanced Practice Provider (APP) team, you’ll nearly always find a strong APP Leader. Do you have what it takes?
If you are an Advanced Practice Provider without a defined APP Leader, understanding what is expected of you can be confusing. We have advice to help you handle it.
Jennifer Rodgers DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC shares how she’s overcome challenges and championed Advanced Practice Providers at the University of Colorado Hospital and School of Medicine.
Carmel A. McComiskey, DNP, explains how hospitals can help Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants practice to the fullest extent of their training.
What’s the best way to grow as a PA or NP leader? We get the answer from Meredith Lahl, Executive Director/ACNO of Advanced Practice Nursing at Cleveland Clinic.