70_Analyzing the Models of Care Insight Study Survey Findings with Katie Boston-Leary

Hosted by Quint Studer with special guest Katie Boston-Leary

On this week’s episode of The Healthcare Plus Podcast, host Quint Studer is joined by special guest Katie Boston-Leary, director of nursing programs for the American Nurses Association (ANA), to share the results of the Models of Care Insight Study and analyze what the findings mean for the healthcare industry.

Katie previously joined The Busy Leader’s Podcast to preview the study, which she and Quint unveiled at the 2023 ACHE Congress on Leadership. To learn more about the background of the study, listen to their recent episode titled “Reimagining Care Delivery: A Look at the Models of Care Insight Study”.

This week, Katie and Quint join forces again to share the results of the study and analyze what the findings mean for the healthcare industry. What the Models of Care Insight Study revealed was that there is a perception gap and an awareness gap between leaders and their frontline staff pertaining to care delivery models. Katie and Quint discuss how each model can be implemented, the need for change management expertise in healthcare, and additional opportunities to engage employees through career and professional development.

The Models of Care Insight Study was made possible by Healthcare Plus Solutions Group, the American Nurses Association (ANA), the American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL), and Joslin Insight.

For more information about the study or to download the full report, visit https://healthcareplussg.com/models-of-care-insight-study/. To learn how this information applies to your organization or to have Quint Studer conduct a webinar for your team, please contact Info@HealthcarePlusSG.com.

About Katie Boston-Leary, PhD, MBA, MHA, RN, NEA-BC

Katie Boston-Leary is the Director of Nursing Programs at the American Nurses Association overseeing the Nursing Practice and Work Environment Division and Healthy Nurse Healthy Nation. She is also the Co-Lead for Project Firstline, a multi-million-dollar grant collaborative with the CDC for training on Infection Prevention and Control. Katie is also the co-chair for the DEI committee for the Healthcare Leaders Network Delaware Valley, an ACHE affiliate. She helped redesign the Nurse Leadership Institute at the University of Maryland with an embedded coaching program. Katie is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing and the School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University. She is a board member on St. Johns University Health Programs and an editorial advisory board member with Web/MD Medscape and ACHE. Katie serves as staff on the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing and is also part of the National Academy of Science and Medicine’s National Plan to Address Clinician Well-Being supported by the U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy. Katie also leads as an ANA representative with 4 partner organizations to organize a National Nurse Staffing Think Tank and Task Force, which published short term actionable recommendations to address the nurse staffing crisis.