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About VHC

About Visioning HealthCare (VHC)

Visioning HealthCare was founded in 2007 and over the years has built a reputation as one of the most accomplished consulting and education companies in the USA to focus on patient and staff safety. The name of the company reflects everything our clients want for their patients and staff, a vision of achieving high quality patient care based upon the best evidence available, within a culture of safety, compassion, and fiscal responsibility

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Our client base can be found throughout mainland USA and includes healthcare providers from acute care, rehabilitation, and long term care, from the public, private, or federal sectors, some of who are seeking Magnet designation or have already achieved it.

The services we offer to our clients are diverse and include
  - Consulting,
  - Education,
  - Mentoring, and
  - Safety education tools and learning materials.

All Visioning HealthCare's services are focused around the five elements of our model for Creating a Culture of Safety
- Effective Leadership,
- Personal Safety,
- Lifelong Learning,
- Shared Accountability, and
- Appropriate and Effective Communication.

Our expert consultants, who include nurses and therapists, are regular speakers or authors on the subject of leadership and change, project management, safe patient handling and movement, and most significantly, how to create a culture of safety, and have a proven history of achievement in their respective fields of practice.

VHC prides itself on being in touch with the real world of health care and as such many of its consultants remain in their field of practice. This enables all our services to have immediacy and relevance to you, our client.

As a leader in patient and staff safety education, VHC achieved accreditation in 2010 as a provider of continuing education for nurses by the American Nurse Credentialing Commission (ANCC) and has maintained accreditation since.

Our mission is to provide you with the services you need to achieve your patient and staff safety goals, as well as provide you with a means to establish a return on your investment (ROI) in our services and educational programs.