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Nurse Onboarding by Work Environment and Ongoing Training on Multiple Scales
Harris Health System

Nurse Onboarding by Work Environment and Ongoing Training on Multiple Scales

Harris Health System trains onboarding nurses according to their specialty and then utilizes a combination of mass communication and one-on-one coaching to help keep nurses well trained.

Created in partnership with Harris Health System

Publish Date: 06/12/2023

Cost to Implement:  $$ - Budgeted Cost

Time to Implement:  0 - 6 Months

Program Goals

  • Train nurses to provide high-quality patient care in a manageable way

Organization Outcomes

  • Nurses in the 96th percentile for initial training satisfaction
  • Nurses in the 96th percentile for ongoing training satisfaction
  • Nurses in the 98th percentile for workflow-specific training

Collaborative-Verified Best Practices

  • Onboarding EHR Education
  • Ongoing EHR Education


What Harris Health System Did

Harris Health System's (Harris Health) structured onboarding process for new nurses includes EHR training and orientations divided into specialties. Harris Health uses a mass multimedia approach to provide ongoing education and identifies struggling nurses through data to address cultural issues affecting whole departments around documentation.

How Harris Health System Did It


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Topics

Nursing EHR Success, Onboarding EHR Education, Ongoing EHR Education


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