Join our expert panel for an informative and interactive webinar discussing real-life solutions to some of the biggest challenges faced in nursing today, and innovative ways to consistently strive for nursing excellence.

Learn more about:

  • Improving the use of ACUITY-BASED Transparent Classification
  • The essential partnership between leadership and nursing staff
  • Effectively tracking observation units to reduce length of stay
  • ENHANCE budgeting processes
  • Improving patient outcomes…and more!

Date: Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Time: 2:00-2:45pm (EDT)

Meet our Guest Speakers

Kathy Matson
Kathleen Marie Matson, DHA/MSN, RN, NE-BC

Nursing Administrator
Mayo Clinic Arizona

A dedicated Nursing Professional of 45 years whom has held positions from the front lines of the trauma center to the administrative board rooms, creating innovative hospital policy and operating procedures – to shaping our new generation of healthcare workers with her wide range of practical and hands-on experience. Kathy combines her vast nursing expertise with strengths in clinical research and Information Technology to bring a multidimensional view to managing patient acuity and ever-changing nursing roles.

Walker Schlundt
Walker C. Schlundt, RN, BSN, EMHP

Acuity & Productivity Coordinator
Northeast Georgia Medical Center

With over 10 years of healthcare experience, his most recent years of focus on tracking patient acuity and streamlining nurse staffing needs, Walker has established himself as a subject matter expert. In the past he has transcended continental barriers in South America by dedicating himself to patient quality of care through multiple Medical Mission trips. He is currently pursuing his National Healthcare Disaster Certification in correlation with these uncertain times of COVID-19.

You’ll also learn about the benefits of AcuityPlus and engage in a Q&A session with the experts!

What is AcuityPlus? An acuity-based staffing solution of Harris OnPoint that provides the information needed (through evidence-based workload measurement methodologies) to make sound staffing, budgeting, and patient care decisions, helping to improve patient care and increase nurse satisfaction, while effectively managing cost.