EverCheck Attends American Organization of Nurse Executives Conference in Denver

EverCheck is attending the AONE 46th Annual Meeting & Exposition on March 20 - 23, 2013. The conference is titled "Transforming Nursing Leadership," and EverCheck is taking action to support the AONE mission.

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EverCheck, License Verification Simplified, Primary Source Verifications
We hope the AONE members see the value of automating license verification.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) March 15, 2013

Over the last three years, 100,471 nurses had some form of disciplinary action taken upon their licenses by regulating Boards.* There is now a web-based software service - called EverCheck - that is giving nursing executives the tools they need to keep their employees in good standing and to safeguard their facilities against the risks of improperly licensed nurses.

The American Organization of Nurse Executives' mission is "to shape health care through innovative and expert nursing leadership." EverCheck- a division of CE Broker- is doing everything it can to support nurse executives and is starting with the AONE conference in Denver on March 20 - 23, 2013 where representatives will be on hand to showcase the system.

"We developed an automated license verification system in partnership with hospitals in Florida," said CEO, Brian Solano, "and those who have come on board have realized the benefits of taking their records and processes to the cloud."

EverCheck alerts nurse executives daily if there are any changes to their employees' licenses. It also builds permanent employee histories to meet the Primary Source standards of the Joint Commission and DNV Healthcare. EverCheck representatives will be on hand at the AONE conference to demonstrate the ease and utility of the electronic system.

"We hope the AONE members see the value of automating license verification like so many members of the Florida Organization of Nurse Executives already have," continued Solano, "30% of FL hospitals are now using our system, and it is now catching on nationwide.

Representatives will be at booth 722 during the entire AONE conference and welcome questions on licensure and the future of nursing.

*National Council of State Boards of Nursing


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