Hayley Germack
Hayley Germack
Assistant Professor, Department of Acute & Tertiary Care, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing
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Missed nursing care is linked to patient satisfaction: a cross-sectional study of US hospitals
ET Lake, HD Germack, MK Viscardi
BMJ Quality & Safety 25 (7), 535-543, 2016
Nurse engagement in shared governance and patient and nurse outcomes
A Kutney-Lee, H Germack, L Hatfield, MS Kelly, MP Maguire, A Dierkes, ...
The Journal of nursing administration 46 (11), 605, 2016
A systematic review on healthcare analytics: application and theoretical perspective of data mining
MS Islam, MM Hasan, X Wang, HD Germack, M Noor-E-Alam
Healthcare 6 (2), 54, 2018
Effects of regulation and payment policies on nurse practitioners’ clinical practices
H Barnes, CB Maier, D Altares Sarik, HD Germack, LH Aiken, ...
Medical Care Research and Review 74 (4), 431-451, 2017
When rural hospitals close, the physician workforce goes
HD Germack, R Kandrack, GR Martsolf
Health Affairs 38 (12), 2086-2094, 2019
Hospitals known for nursing excellence perform better on value based purchasing measures
KB Lasater, HD Germack, DS Small, MD McHugh
Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice 17 (4), 177-186, 2016
Patient satisfaction and non-UK educated nurses: a cross-sectional observational study of English National Health Service Hospitals
HD Germack, P Griffiths, DM Sloane, AM Rafferty, JE Ball, LH Aiken
BMJ open 5 (12), e009483, 2015
Association of comorbid serious mental illness diagnosis with 30-day medical and surgical readmissions
HD Germack, X Wang, N Hanrahan
JAMA psychiatry 76 (1), 96-98, 2019
Medical-surgical readmissions in patients with co-occurring serious mental illness: a systematic review and meta-analysis
HD Germack, A Caron, R Solomon, NP Hanrahan
General Hospital Psychiatry 55, 65-71, 2018
US hospital employment of foreign-educated nurses and patient experience: a cross-sectional study
HD Germack, MD McHugh, DM Sloane, LH Aiken
Journal of nursing regulation 8 (3), 26-35, 2017
Methodology for a six-state survey of primary care nurse practitioners
JM Harrison, HD Germack, L Poghosyan, T D'Aunno, GR Martsolf
Nursing outlook 69 (4), 609-616, 2021
Missed nursing care is linked to patient satisfaction: a cross-sectional study of US hospitals. BMJ Qual Saf. 2016; 25 (7): 535-43
ET Lake, HD Germack, MK Viscardi
Cooperation and conflict in intra‐hospital transfers: A qualitative analysis
HD Germack, R Fekieta, M Campbell Britton, SL Feder, A Rosenberg, ...
Nursing open 7 (2), 634-641, 2020
National trends in outpatient mental health service use among adults between 2008 and 2015
HD Germack, C Drake, JM Donohue, E Golberstein, SH Busch
Psychiatric Services 71 (11), 1127-1135, 2020
States should remove barriers to advanced practice registered nurse prescriptive authority to increase access to treatment for opioid use disorder
HD Germack
Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice 22 (2), 85-92, 2021
The Interdisciplinary Research Group on Nursing Issues: Advancing health services research, policy, regulation, and practice
A Squires, H Germack, U Muench, D Stolldorf, A Witkoski-Stimpfel, ...
Journal of Nursing Regulation 10 (2), 55-59, 2019
Practice patterns, work environments, and job outcomes of rural and urban primary care nurse practitioners
HD Germack, J Harrison, L Poghosyan, GR Martsolf
Medical Care Research and Review 79 (1), 161-170, 2022
Psychiatric medication changes associated with increased rate of medical readmissions in patients with serious mental illness
HD Germack, G Weissinger, Z Bizhanova, GR Martsolf
The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 209 (3), 166-173, 2021
Using mHealth as a lever to promote mental health care quality through patient engagement
HD Germack
Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association 22 (4), 320-322, 2016
Relationship between rural hospital closures and the supply of nurse practitioners and certified registered nurse anesthetists
HD Germack, R Kandrack, GR Martsolf
Nursing Outlook 69 (6), 945-952, 2021
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