NASHVILLE, Tenn., February 22, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — ThriveAP is proud to announce a new relationship with BJC Healthcare to help nurse practitioners and physician assistants accelerate their clinical practice goals.
ThriveAP is a Nashvillepostgraduate training resource based on hospitals, clinics and other institutions employing Advanced Practice Providers (APPs). ThriveAP’s program will allow BJC providers to receive live, online, accredited programming specifically designed to address the growing impact of APPs in the delivery of healthcare across the country.
Recent studies have identified the need for programs that support the transition from a learning-to-practice environment in response to the increased complexity of patient care and the projected growth in PPA employment. These programs help accelerate the adoption of clinical education to actual clinical practice and have been shown to increase facility productivity, organizational performance, retention, satisfaction and patient outcomes.
“We are delighted to partner with such a respected medical institution as BJC Healthcare,” said Chris Pool, CEO of ThriveAP. “Advanced practice providers are critical to successful care delivery, and employers recognize the need to invest in the development and success of these providers. The continued shortage of physicians and our nation’s shortcomings in delivering caregivers have increased reliance on PPAs, which in turn has led to growth in their employment and expansion of their autonomy and responsibility.As a result, employers are increasing their investments in training programs and education to support the importance of these professionals.
About BJC HealthCare
BJC HealthCare is one of the largest not-for-profit healthcare organizations in United States and focuses on providing services to residents primarily in the greater Saint LouisSouth Illinois and mid-Missouri Regions. With net income of $5.3 billion, BJC serves the health care needs of urban, suburban and rural communities and includes 15 hospitals and several community health centers. Services include inpatient and outpatient care, primary care, community health and wellness, occupational health, home health, community mental health, rehabilitation, long-term care, and palliative care. BJC’s academic medical centers – Barnes-Jewish and St. Louis Children’s Hospitals – are affiliated with the renowned University of Washington Medicine School.
Founded in 2012, ThriveAP has become a leading education and training resource for advanced practice providers and their employers across the country. ThriveAP’s accredited programs help facilitate the growing impact of APPs in healthcare delivery and are recognized for their quality, relevance and convenience. ThriveAP programs combine interactive educational experiences, community, and support to improve provider productivity, skills, and confidence through real-world skills development. http://www.thriveap.com
Sarah MaxwellThriveAP, 1 4406673611, email@example.com