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Nurses who are new to the role of nurse manager or nurse leaders
Nurse leaders need the ability to examine and understand the budgeting process for their organization. The focus of this beginner's level course will be on nursing concepts of financial viability in complex adaptive systems of healthcare, providing value-based services, workforce management, and basic budget principles.
About the Speaker
Dr. Angie F. Hatley, DNP, MS, RN, NE-BC, CNL
Dr. Hatley joined Queens University of Charlotte in 2016 to share her dedication and enthusiasm for excellence in nursing practice with students in both the BSN and MSN nursing programs.
As a 2014 Doctor of Nursing Practice graduate from Regis University, her doctoral studies focused on transitions of nursing practice and completed her scholarly project on Nurse Preceptor Development and the Impact on Self-Efficacy of Newly Hired Nurses. She has practiced as a clinical nurse, educator, and/or administrator since 2001 following graduation in 2001 from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. She earned a Master of Science in Nursing degree and a Graduate Certificate in Health Care Education from Regis University in 2008. Dr. Hatley is both certified as a Nurse Executive by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and as a Clinical Nurse Leader by the Commission on Nurse Certification. Most recently Dr. Hatley received the 2016 Nursing Research Award at CHS Mercy.
The goal of this workshop is to enable nurse leaders to describe the budgeting process of healthcare organizations.
Advanced Level Workshop
Want more information on healthcare budgeting???
Check out the "Advanced Budgeting Principles for Nurse Leaders: 5 Approaches in Effective Budgeting" workshop, which is scheduled for March 12, 2019 by clicking HERE.