Virtual nursing is a rapidly growing area of healthcare that utilizes technology to deliver nursing services remotely and support front line nursing staff. With the increasing demand for healthcare services and the need for innovative solutions to address the workforce challenges that are being experienced globally, virtual nursing has emerged as a promising approach to provide high-quality care to patients in a convenient and cost-effective manner.
This webinar provides an overview of virtual nursing, including its benefits, challenges and potential applications. We'lll discuss the different types of virtual nursing, such as remote monitoring, teleconsultation and tele-triage, as well as highlight the role of technology in enabling these services. Nurses may use a variety of technologies, such as mobile devices, remote monitoring equipment, and telemedicine platforms to provide care to patients remotely.
Additionally, virtual nursing enhances the nursing profession by providing opportunities for nurses to develop new skills and work in innovative ways. We’ll examine the future of virtual nursing and its potential to transform healthcare delivery, improve patient outcomes, and enhance the nursing profession. As technology continues to advance, virtual nursing is likely to become an increasingly important part of the healthcare landscape.
- Provide an overview of virtual nursing, including its definition, benefits, challenges, and potential applications.
- Discuss the different types of virtual nursing, such as remote monitoring, teleconsultation and tele-triage.
- Highlight the critical role of technology in enabling virtual nursing services.
- Examine how virtual nursing can enhance the nursing profession by providing opportunities for nurses to develop new skills and work in innovative ways that transform the nursing profession and improve quality of care.
- Murielle Beene, DNP, MBA, MPH, MS, PMP, RN-BC, FAMIA, FAAN, Senior Vice President and Chief Health Informatics Officer, Trinity Health
- Moderator: Kathleen McGrow, DNP, MS, RN, PMP, Chief Nursing Information Officer, Microsoft Health and Life Sciences
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