There is a long list of challenges facing skilled and long-term care providers including regulatory scrutiny, employee turnover, and acuity levels of hospital discharges. Versant’s Long-term Care Transition to Practice program helps meet these challenges by developing competent staff who can satisfy the demands of increasingly complex patient care.
Based on 20 years of experience with nurses transitioning to clinical practice, Versant has built a Long-term Care Transition to Practice Program that is built on the same framework but designed specifically for Long-term Acute Care (LTAC) hospitals, free-standing Long-term care facilities and qualifying Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF). Like other Versant solutions, the Long-term Care Transition to Practice Program provides new grad nurses and transitioning nurses with evaluation, focused remediation, and validation of competencies at the point-of-care. For the Long-term Care Transition to Practice program, competencies include core acute care skills and additional specialized skills for non-medical care.
To learn more about Versant’s competency-based system, click here to view an interactive overview.