Perspectives In Ambulatory Care Column

This column in Nursing Economic$ makes sense of today's changing ambulatory care market.

AAACN members write this special column for ambulatory care that is published up to six times annually in Nursing Economic$, a peer-reviewed journal that advances nursing leadership in health care, with a focus on tomorrow.

If you are interested in submitting a manuscript for consideration in the Perspectives in Ambulatory Care column, submit it to necjrnl@ajj.com. The column is edited by Kitty M. Shulman, MSN, RN-BC.

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Index of Columns


The following articles were published in the Perspectives in Ambulatory Care column during the last 10 years.

2018-2019

2019

The American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing's Invitational Summit on CCTM: An Overview
Jan/Feb 2019
Sheila Haas, Beth Ann Swan

Care Coordination:  Roles of Registered Nurses Across the Care Continuum
Nov/Dec 2019
Beth Ann Swan, Sheila Haas, Anne T. Jessie

2018

Transition to Practice-Part 3:  Implementing an Ambulatory Care Registered Nurse Residency Program:  RN Residency and Transition to Professional Practice Programs in Ambulatory Care-Challenges, Successes, and Recommendations
Jan/Feb 2018
L. Jessie Jones-Bell, Cathryn Halford-Cook, Nancy Weaver Parker

Opportunities for Nurses to Lead Quality Efforts Under MACRA
March/April 2018
Yumi Ma, Nancy May, Courtney Knotts, Annette DeVito Dabbs

Implementation and Evaluation of an Ambulatory Care Nurse Clinical Advancement System
May/June 2018
Susan M. Hossli, Rachel Start, Marcia P. Murphy

Realizing Momentum and Synergy:  Benchmarking Meaningful Ambulatory Care Nurse-Sensitive Indicators
Sept/Oct 2018
Rachel Start, Ann Marie Matlock, Diane Brown, Harriet Aronow, Lynn Soban

Evolution of a Conceptual Model:  Ambulatory Care Nursing
Nov/Dec 2018
Margaret Mastal

2016-2017

2017

American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing Position Paper:  The Role of the Registered Nurse in Ambulatory Care
Jan/Feb 2017
American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing

Leveraging National Reports to Transform Ambulatory Care Practice
March/April 2017
Anne T. Jessie, Beth Ann Swan

Registered Nurses Make a Difference with Ambulatory Care Nurse-Sensitive Indicators
July/August 2017
Rosemarie Battaglia, Mary Morin, Dana Nelson, Rachel E. Start, Beverly Sullivan

Transition to Practice-Part 1:  Implementing the AAACN Ambulatory Care Nurse Residency Program:  The Importance of a Structural Framework
Sept/Oct 2017
June Levine

Transition to Practice-Part 2:  Implementing an Ambulatory Care Registered Nurse Residency Program:  Competency-It's Not Just a Task
Nov/Dec 2017
Laurel More


2016

Ambulatory Care Nurse-Sensitive Indicator Series:  Capturing the Role of Nursing in Ambulatory Care-The Case for Meaningful Nurse-Sensitive Measurement
March/April 2016
Margaret Mastal, Ann Marie Matlock, Rachel Start

Ambulatory Care Nursing-Sensitive Indicators Series:  Reaching for the Tipping Point in Measuring Nurse-Sensitive Quality in the Ambulatory Surgical and Procedure Environments
May/June 2016
Diane Storer Brown, Harriet Udin Aronow

Ambulatory Care Nurse-Sensitive Indicators Series:  Starting with Low-Hanging Fruit:  Proposing the Adaptation of Health Care Measures to the Role of the Nurse in Ambulatory Care
July/August 2016
Rosemarie Battaglia, Rachel Start, Mary Morin

Ambulatory Care Nurse-Sensitive Indicators Series:  Patient Engagement as a Nurse-Sensitive Indicator in Ambulatory Care
Nov/Dec 2016
Eileen M. Esposito, Catherine A. Rhodes, Catherine M. Besthoff, Nena Bonuel

2014-2015

2015

Nursing-Sensitive Indicators in Ambulatory Care
Jan/Feb 2015
Kathleen Martinez, Rosemarie Battaglia, Rachel Start, Margaret F. Mastal, Ann Marie Matlock

Health Care in the Community: Developing Academic/Practice Partnerships for Care Coordination and Managing Transitions
May/Jun 2015
Mary E. Fortier, Donna M. Fountain, Maryelena Vargas, Lisa Heelan-Fancher, Tracy Perron, Katherine Hinic, Beth Ann Swan


2014

Developing the Value Proposition for the Role of the Registered Nurse in Care Coordination and Transition Management in Ambulatory Care Settings
Mar/Apr 2014
Sheila Haas, Beth Ann Swan

2012-2013

2013

Developing Ambulatory Care Registered Nurse Competencies for Care Coordination and Transition Management
Jan/Feb 2013
Sheila Haas, Beth Ann Swan, Traci Haynes


2012

Building a Clinical Ladder for Ambulatory Care
Jan/Feb 2012
Colleen Woolsey, Kate Bracy

Models of Care in Outpatient Cancer Centers
Mar/Apr 2012
Charlotte T. Lee, Barbara Fitzgerald, Sarah Downey, Malcolm Moore

The Value of Registered Nurses in Ambulatory Care Settings: A Survey
Sep/Oct 2012
Margaret Mastal, June Levine

2010-2011

2011

American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing Position Statement: The Role of the Registered Nurse in Ambulatory Care
Mar/Apr 2011
American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing

The Effectiveness of Reminder Phone Calls on Reducing No-Show Rates in Ambulatory Care
Sep/Oct 2011
Rebecca Woods

Health Care Reform: Current Updates and Future Initiatives For Ambulatory Care Nursing
Nov/Dec 2011
Beth Ann Swan, Sheila A. Haas


2010

Evolution of the Chronic Care Role of the Registered Nurse In Primary Care
Nov/Dec 2010
Candia Baker, Laughlin Marie Beisel

Ambulatory Care Registered Nurse Performance Measurement
Sep/Oct 2010
Beth Ann Swan

Ambulatory Care Nursing: Growth as a Professional Specialty
Jul/Aug 2010
Margaret Fisk Mastal

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