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  1. Nebraska Action Coalition Announces New Non-Nursing Co-Lead, New Partner

    Mar 07, 2017

    The Nebraska Action Coalition (NAC) welcomes StrategicHealthSolutions as its newest non-nurse co-lead. Strategic works to ensure the sustainability of America’s health care system by working closely with government on fraud, waste, and abuse in our national health insurance programs. Based in Omaha, Strategic was founded by a Nebraska nurse who grew the more

    Location: Nebraska

  2. Nebraska hosts 3rd Biennial Leadership Conference and 40 Under 40 Induction

    Oct 10, 2016

    The Nebraska Action Coalition (NAC) held its 3rd Biennieal Leadership Conference and 40 Under 40 awards’ ceremony on September 16, 2016 at Union College in Lincoln. The day started with Sue Hassmiller PhD, RN presenting: Leading the Way: Building a Culture of Health Together. Sue’s presentation was followed by a panel of previous 40 Under 40 honorees who more

    Location: Nebraska

  3. Nebraska Offers Diversity Toolkit

    Sep 03, 2016

    Check out the Nebraska Action Coalition’s Diversity Toolkit: The need to diversify the nursing workforce in Nebraska is essential. The overall goal of this toolkit is to ensure a response in Nebraska that addresses the health care needs of an increasingly diverse population. This toolkit is a product of NAC’s State Implementation Program (SIP) grant more

    Location: Nebraska

  4. National

    A Culture of Health Summer, in Photos

    Aug 03, 2016

    More than 100 nurse leaders met in Omaha in June and Knoxville in July to talk about a Culture of Health, and we will tell their stories over the coming months. Meanwhile, the Campaign offers a look at what went on at the two workshops. more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Location: National Nebraska Tennessee

  5. National

    A Note From Our Host, the Nebraska Action Coalition

    Jun 17, 2016

    As director of the Nebraska Action Coalition, I’m thrilled to welcome colleagues from across the country to put plans into action to build a Culture of Health in communities across the nation. “Building on the Campaign for Action to Create a Healthier America” more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Location: National Nebraska

  6. Four Cities, One Goal: Define a Culture of Health in Nebraska

    Feb 09, 2016

    Early this year, Nebraska produced Defining and Transforming a Culture of Health in Nebraska, a report that crystalizes the inspiration coming out of two-day meetings held at one time in four cities late last year. Coordinating the event were the Nebraska Action Coalition, the Nebraska Assembly of Nursing Deans and Directors, the Nebraska Nurses Association, more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration Promoting Nursing Leadership Location: Nebraska

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    Nebraska Joins 19 States and D.C. in Modernizing Nurse Practitioner Law

    Mar 06, 2015

    The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action applauds Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts and the state legislature for approving legislation that will allow nurse practitioners to practice to the full extent of their training and education. It’s a change that will mean more access to health care for the Cornhusker State. “With a shortage of primary care more

    Issues: Improving Access to Care Location: National Nebraska

  8. National

    Nurse Leaders Bring Knowledge of Clinical Care and Other Skills to Board Rooms

    Dec 22, 2014

    Kristy Reuss, PhD, RN, a board member at a community hospital in Colorado, immediately thought of how patient care could be adversely affected if a proposal put forth by senior management to close the rapid response team was implemented. The first and only nurse on the 16-member board, Reuss explained to her colleagues how rapid response teams quickly bring more

    Issues: Promoting Nursing Leadership Location: Colorado Idaho National Nebraska

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