In the current days, nurses are entitled to perform various educative roles in order to enhance the healthcare reforms in a particular country. By addressing these roles, nurses are able to modify the healthcare system into a more equitable system that gives high quality of care.
With an aim of improve the health care facility, nurses engages in the research and provide evidence. Nurses are entitled to vital roles as inventors who enhance safety and quality in the healthcare system. Nurses in this field acquire solid effective data that enables them to develop, sustain or implement successful models. In addition, nursing research assists in establishing groundwork for clinical welfare, advanced patient outcome and prevention. However, nurses are in need of adequate funding to be able to effectively conduct their research as a part of broader efforts to reform healthcare.
In order to meet the demands of the diverse and aging society, all nurses are entitled to have basic competences as a way or redesigning nursing education. Nurses do this with a prominence on clinical training in numerous sets across the lifespan. This will help them to emphasis on safety and quality evidence-based practice, leadership and research. Nurses that are in possession of these competences such as master’s level of education are in better position to act like family doctors. The independent and advanced practice nurses are stepping in the healthcare system to prescribe medicine and offer health care precautions to the society.
Nurses are also entitled to perform in the field of nurse-led innovations. These are nurses who know how to develop access to care and boost quality at a sustainable cost. They establish innovative care models such as Transitional care model (TCM), Nurse-Managed Health Clinics among others. These models assist the patients to attain better enduring health outcomes and evade recurring hospitalization at lower cost.
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Mary Winter. Empowered nurses’ key to health care reform. Accessed on 03 October 2012. http://www.healthpolicysolutions.org/2012/10/03/empowered-nurses-key-to-health-care-reform/