Cleveland Clinic, Ascension Michigan, Catholic Health and the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation have an innovative partnership aimed to better support success in the healthcare industry.
Developed by Cleveland Clinic Nursing Education, the program, called Transformational Healthcare Readiness through Innovative Vocational Education (THRIVE), will be piloted across these three participating health systems over the next three years.
The THRIVE program features a screening to proactively identify caregivers most at risk of encountering work readiness and success barriers, one-on-one coaching through caregiver support specialists, and a THRIVE curriculum provided during the few months of a new hire start.
“We strive to be the best place to work in healthcare and the THRIVE model furthers our commitment to support personal growth and development by leveraging innovative education strategies, realistic simulation experiences and integrated spaced learning technology,” says Kelly Hancock, DNP, RN, NE-BC, Executive Chief Nursing Officer for Cleveland Clinic health system. “We are very excited to work with Ascension Michigan, Catholic Health and the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation to launch this new model.”
The program will be supported by a cumulative investment of more than $20 million, including more than $15 million in grants from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation.
For more information, email Thrive@ccf.org.
For PCNA Caregivers, use the THRIVE Referral Form to request assistance from a coach.