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CNO

(1) (Chief Networking Officer) The executive responsible for the development and maintenance of internal and external communications networks. See enterprise networking.

(2) (Chief Networking Officer) The executive responsible for the betterment of all employees in an organization. On board to promote healthy interaction between everyone within a department and between departments, they are also available to solve disputes, squabbles and clashes. CNOs must be superb negotiators and highly trusted.
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The new post has been designed to complement the role of Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at the NHS Commissioning Board, which is currently unfilled.
Conducted by AMN Healthcare, the largest healthcare staffing company in the nation, the survey of 305 hospital Chief Nursing Officers (CNOs) looks at hospital nurse staffing patterns and the emerging role of nurses as financial rainmakers.
Valentine served as the enterprise-wide chief nursing officer for the Department of Veterans Affairs in the 1990s, and was part of the leadership at the VA Hospitals that implemented extensive quality initiatives now viewed as a national model for patient safety.
chief nursing officer, Siemens Medical Solutions, and Kathryn Wilhoit, vice president and chief nurse executive, Mountain States Health Alliance - Feb.
Health Secretary John Reid will announce who will become the new Chief Nursing Officer, making clear that hospital hygiene would be his or her first priority.
We are excited to serve the Houston community's healthcare needs in a beautiful facility, with a level of customer service and medical excellence that truly sets us apart," said Sharon McDonough, University General Hospital's vice president of operations and chief nursing officer.
Broadcaster John Bowman will chair a panel discussion featuring Northern Ireland chief nursing officer Martin Bradley and Sheila O'Malley from the Nursing Policy Division of the Republic of Ireland's Department of Health and Children.
The Magnet Recognition Program application process involved a rigorous review of Stanford Hospital's commitment to implementing the Magnet standards," said Cindy Day, Chief Nursing Officer for Stanford Hospital & Clinics.
Houston continues to feel the pinch of the nursing shortage, and as the demand for health care continues to rise, the growing shortage will only intensify," said Barbara Summers, chief nursing officer, M.
We are extremely proud of our physicians, nurses and health care team at the Medical Center," says Vicki Darnell, RN, MSN, Southeast Alabama Medical Center, vice-president of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer.
By giving the entire care team immediate access to accurate patient information, they have the flexibility to move about the facility with increased security," said Sharon McDonough, University General Hospital's vice president of operations and chief nursing officer.
Our mission here at Exempla is to be the best healthcare provider in the nation," states Ann Evans, RN, MS, MBA, Vice President at Exempla, and Chief Nursing Officer at Exempla's Lutheran Medical Center.

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