Amplifire reduces misinformation and onboarding time for new nurses.

  • Reduced misinformation
  • Reduced onboarding orientation time by over 25%
  • Decreased cost of orientation
  • Lowered insurance premiums

One of the largest Integrated Delivery Networks (IDN) in the U.S.[1] was struggling with onboarding nurses, errors, and liability.

Orientation was extremely time consuming and estimated costs to train a nurse, including the expense associated with turnover, exceeded $15,000. Making matters worse, training required nurse mentors to teach and verify the skills of new hires, while at the same time caring for a full load of patients. This “on-the-job” method of teaching and validating knowledge led to the dissemination of inconsistent knowledge and misinformation.

The client needed to:

  • Reduce the time to competency during nurse orientation.
  • Facilitate a process that clearly identified issues.
  • Balance requirements with rapid learning and user friendliness.
  • Demonstrate improved clinical outcomes.
  • Create an emotional connection to competency development
Misinformation among nurses

Amplifire reduced onboarding orientation for new hires by more than 25% and had the additional benefit of reducing risk insurance premiums when its insurer found a significantly less exposure to employee errors and legal costs.

1. The Amplifire health alliance never releases identifiable healthcare data.