OMAHA, Neb. — Medical Solutions, one of the nation’s largest healthcare talent ecosystems, congratulates Patti Artley, Chief Nursing Officer, for being selected to serve as chairperson at the 2023 Nursing Leadership Summit. The event will be July 24-25 at the Bellagio Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The conference brings together senior nursing executives — including Chief Nursing Officers, Chief Nursing Executives and Chief Operating Officers — and leadership from hospitals and health systems to strategize, collaborate, and share best practices on patient safety, patient satisfaction, clinical transformation, readmissions, care coordination, quality and key new drivers shaping the healthcare industry.
“I’m honored to serve as chairperson at the 2023 Nursing Leadership Summit and look forward to captivating conversations,” Artley said. “Nurse leaders are facing unprecedented challenges, as we recover from a worldwide pandemic and our nation reacts to staffing shortages. Through these challenges, these individuals still need to keep high-quality patient care a top priority. There are some creative, out-of-the-box approaches on how to succeed in the current climate and this event will help facilitate those discussions.”
Artley directs the clinical and performance management teams at Medical Solutions while providing the clinical voice on an executive level. She has been a registered nurse for over 35 years and has served in a variety of nursing and clinical leadership roles, including Chief Nursing Officer for a statewide hospital system. Artley has also served as the president of the South Carolina Organization of Nurse Leaders and is a member of several committees at the state and national level focused on workforce and building creative staffing solutions.
At the summit, she will also lead a workshop titled, “Leading a Multigenerational Nursing Workforce: Issues, Challenges, and Strategies.” During the workshop, she will provide an overview of the generational cohorts and present strategies nursing leaders can use to coach and motivate, communicate with, and reduce conflict for each generational cohort of nurses.
“Generational diversity, including workforce differences in attitudes, beliefs, work habits, and expectations, has proven challenging for nursing leaders,” said Artley. “The session will assist nursing leaders to reframe perceptions about generational differences and to view these differences in attitudes and behaviors as potential strengths.”
Artley has been a featured presenter and speaker on topics such as nursing, healthcare models, healthcare staffing, and clinician safety since 2007.
To learn more about Artley or Medical Solutions, please visit www.medicalsolutions.com.
ABOUT MEDICAL SOLUTIONS
Medical Solutions is one of the nation’s largest healthcare talent ecosystems. Together with its family brands, Aureus Medical Group, Matchwell, HOST Healthcare, FocusOne Solutions, and WorldWide HealthStaff Solutions, Medical Solutions connects nurses, allied health clinicians, and clinical leaders with healthcare facilities across the U.S. Its service offerings include contingent staffing, managed services, strike staffing, permanent placement, local contract, per diem, and international staffing. Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, Medical Solutions maintains office locations in San Diego, California; Denver, Colorado; Cincinnati, Ohio; Tupelo, Mississippi; Durham, North Carolina; and Tampa and Jacksonville Beach, Florida. For more information, visit www.medicalsolutions.com.