Reply To: Inpatient provider staffing models

  • Ann Stratton

    Member
    January 3, 2022 at 6:09 pm

    Hello! I would be happy to have a phone conversation and tell you what has and has not worked for us

    Ann
     
    Ann Stratton, APRN, CNP, CPHON
    Lead Practitioner
    Showers Family Center for
    Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders
    Akron Children’s Hospital
    Office (330) 543-8943
    Pager (330) 920-5563

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    Ann Stratton, APRN, CNP, CPHON
    Lead Practitioner
    Showers Family Center for
    Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders
    Akron Children’s Hospital
    astratton@akronchildrens.org
    Office (330) 543-8943
    Pager (330) 920-5563
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    Original Message:
    Sent: 01-03-2022 04:03 PM
    From: Jennifer Young
    Subject: Inpatient provider staffing models

    Good afternoon,
    I am part of a team that is currently looking at provider staffing models for our inpatient service(s). The conversation is largely related to oncology but hematology has a place in the discussion as well.
    So… I am curious, what is the inpatient provider staffing model for your hem and onc or hem/onc services? Are APRNs involved and if so, how? Are Residents involved and if so, how? Do you have split APRN and Resident services?  What is the patient mix within your model? Ex: Inpatient chemo patients are managed by APRN and other oncology related admissions are managed by Residents. Does anyone have a model that incorporates APRNs and Residents into the management of the same patient mix with different patient assignments? Also, where does hematology fit in? I know I have asked a lot of questions but more to drive thoughts and give an idea of what I am asking, so please do not feel that you need to answer every question, I am would just love to hear about various models.
    thanks,
    Jenni

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    Jennifer Young
    Lead APRN
    Sickle Cell & Thalassemia Nurse Practitioner
    Nationwide Children’s Hospital
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