ACEMAPP Annual Reports Provide Users with Nursing Clinical Placement Data

The Center for Health Affairs and its workforce initiative, NEONI, recently generated its ACEMAPP Annual Reports to provide hospital and nursing education program’s customized nursing clinical placement data.

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Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) March 20, 2014

The Center for Health Affairs and its workforce initiative, NEONI, recently generated its ACEMAPP Annual Reports to provide hospital and nursing education program’s customized nursing clinical placement data.

With its online nursing clinical placement and matching program, ACEMAPP streamlines and integrates the complex process of clinical education management for its users. Overall, 23 hospitals and 32 nursing education programs used ACEMAPP’s placement tool to place 10,810 students in 1,513 nursing clinical rotations in the 2012-2013 academic year.

In spring 2013 NEONI completed a pilot to evaluate ACEMAPP’s Passport function, an e-learning and certification management function that provides education and clinical partners with an integrated and efficient solution to meet the student onboarding requirements of clinical facilities. The Passport Pilot Committee’s recommendation was to adopt Passport as the regional onboarding tool. Case Western Reserve University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program and Lorain County Community College began using Passport in fall 2013. Full implementation in the Cleveland-area is slated for fall 2014.

Based on feedback from NEONI’s clinical and education partners, several improvements have been made to ACEMAPP throughout the 2012-2013 academic year. Some enhancements include:

  • An updated website featuring a homepage custom dashboard for clinical sites and schools, as well as an enhanced “Help Desk” tab
  • Passport integration
  • Customized student requirements
  • Five online courses and assessments to educate students to ensure patient safety and appropriate interactions with patients and families

To learn more about this nursing clinical placement program or to see your hospital or nursing education program’s customized ACEMAPP annual report, contact Sue Zagula, BSN, RN, director of placement services, at or 216.255.3664 or via email, or Sandy Anderson, project manager and system administrator, at 216.255.3651 or via email.

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As the leading advocate for Northeast Ohio hospitals, The Center for Health Affairs provides members with vital services and resources aimed at enhancing the region’s healthcare community. The Center delivers on this goal by focusing its efforts on areas that benefit from a regional approach: Healthcare Workforce; Emergency Preparedness; Public Policy & Advocacy; Finance & Reimbursement; and Community Initiatives. With a rich history as the Northeast Ohio hospital association, dating back to 1916, The Center serves as the collective voice of hospitals and the source for Northeast Ohio hospital and healthcare information. As leaders, we continuously scan the periphery, looking for opportunities to enhance the region’s workforce, better prepare our hospitals for an emergency, and increase the region’s wage index. And because of our business affiliation with CHAMPS Healthcare, we have the resources to provide a broad level of professional services to our members. The Center, located in downtown Cleveland, is proud to advocate on behalf of 38 acute-care hospitals and two long-term acute-care hospitals in six counties. For more, visit chanet.org.