Intermountain preboarding documents are an essential component of successful onboarding for nursing professionals. These documents provide the necessary information for nurses to transition seamlessly and professionally into a new role. It includes several documents, such as a job description, health system policy and procedure manuals, professional code of conduct, nurse practice acts, and patient care protocols.
The documents are intended to help the nurse grasp the policies and protocols of their new work environment as quickly and efficiently as possible, increasing their productivity and reducing any potential safety issues. They are also intended to equip the nurse with all of the information they need to effectively interact with patient care teams, communities, and other medical professionals. By protecting the safety of their patients, and implementing organization-wide standards of practice, Intermountain preboarding documents help create unified, high-quality care.
Intermountain preboarding documents support the health system's mission of providing patient-focused care. They provide nursing professionals with the tools needed to stay current and competent in their practice while minimizing the learning curve and reducing their need for additional professional development opportunities.