The Care Connection Blog is written for long-term care nurses who work hard, lead by example, and inspire the kind of care that we all want for ourselves one day. Below are the top 10 blogs written in 2018 that inspired you, kept you on the right track, and explained some very important details about the nurse assessment coordinator’s job function and role.
In the number one blog of the year, we highlighted several opportunities that directors of nursing could address to help alleviate some of the issues nurse assessment coordinators (NACs) face daily. If you were a director of nursing struggling with NAC retention rates and keeping your employees happy, this was a must-read!
There are many important qualities for a nurse assessment coordinator, but in this blog, we highlighted five that you should really possess if you want to be successful in your job.
The RAC-CT certification is a big accomplishment for any nurse assessment coordinator in long-term care. To help those tackling this educational feat, we put together some helpful tips to consider before starting or as you work toward your achievement.
Attending AANAC’s conference each year is the premier educational event for nurse assessment coordinators. In this blog, we provided five important reasons why you shouldn’t miss it!
AANAC’s vice president of curriculum development, Judi Kulus, used Twitter to share many takeaways from CMS’s SNF QRP Follow-Up Webinar on Section N on Aug. 27, 2018. These were the highlights, questions, and answers from that webinar.
For those who were unable to attend the 2018 AANAC Annual Conference in Las Vegas or who were looking for a recap of the events (including all of the SimpleLTC Ignite Theater presentations, our fond farewell to our founder and previous CEO, Diane Carter, and our announcement about the new Resident Assessment Coordinator—Certified Advanced (RAC-CTA) certification), this blog was an important read.
For a bit of Halloween fun, we put together a list of some not-so-scary truths for nurse assessment coordinators.
In case you were on the fence about becoming a certified nurse assessment coordinator, in this blog, we boiled it down to disclose why NACs embark on AANAC’s RAC-CT® certification, what NACs just like you gained from the experience, and what RAC-CT certification is ultimately all about.
Being a certified nurse comes with many benefits. This blog helped put things in perspective for nurses who were considering certification but hadn’t yet made the leap.
We wanted to help you tell the whole world that you PASSED! So in this blog, we offered a few suggestions on how to spread the word, to share your joy with others, and to be RAC-CT proud!