It was the innovation of nursing that lifted medicine out of the dark ages of practice. Today, Nurses represent nearly half of the healthcare workforce and are the end user of nearly every medical product on the market.
But Nurses are rarely if ever engaged in the decision-making process by which new health care products are designed, constructed and brought to market. This is a huge missed opportunity that is resulting in costly inefficiencies and leading to the highest levels of nurse burnout ever recorded.
Rebecca describes the cultural and behavioral shifts that must take place in healthcare in order to empower Nurses and to drive impactful innovation forward.