C What are the implications for the Nurse Manager As an example based on your

C what are the implications for the nurse manager as

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C.What are the implications for the Nurse Manager? As an example, based on your conclusions in Section B, what other observations would you make as you review your total budget and whatwould you expect to see as a result? (Ex: supply costs; overtime hours, average census of 50 on a 60 bed unit, etc.) ©2020 University of Texas at Arlington Page 6 of 8
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N4455 Nursing Leadership and Management 4.You have set two new goals for your unit for the next year related to personnel:Provide stronger unit management support on evening and night shifts and in the absence of the manager.Correct unfavorable efficiency variances due to overtime.To accomplish these goals, you plan to make these changes:Add 1.0 RN FTE positionEliminate 1.5 LVN positionsAdd 1.5 FTEs NA positionsAdd 1.0 Assistant HN position at $62,000/yearCalculate ONLY the cost of the proposed recommendations for 3 West. Compute totals for each column. If the change represents a reduction in the budget for that category, record the total as a negative number. If it represents an increase in the budget for that category, record the total as a positive number. 5.Assume your proposal was approved. Calculate the newpersonnel budget (You will use your budget from question 2 and account for the changes you requested in question 4). Compute totals for each column. ©2020 University of Texas at Arlington Page 7 of 8
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