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The Center for Care Innovation and Transformation is the laboratory that leaders improve the ability sets needed to style new care models. The Care Innovation and Transformation Program is a conniving, workshop-style of series of lectures and training modules conducted by The American Organization of Nurse Executives designed to assist nursing unit leaders and their staff improve patient care, hospital performance, and employee engagement. The Care Innovation and Transformation program teaches nurses and interdisciplinary teams how to make innovation, how to improve healing and how to measure change and strengthens the organization. The Care Innovation and Transformation program encourages health professionals to improve the quality of care and empowers staff to apply these innovations. It also develops the responsibility and accountability of nursing practices. Some of the benefits of the program include shortening of the time of transfer from the emergency unit to the inpatient clinic, reduction in falls, improvement in nurse-patient communication, and reduced working hours. This review was carried out in order to introduce The Care Innovation and Transformation Program.
Keywords: Care; innovation; program
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