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Economic analysis of the utilization of pediatric nurse practitioners

Mehmet Tahir

Economic analysis of the utilization of pediatric nurse practitioners

by Mehmet Tahir

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Published by Northeastern University in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nurse practitioners.,
  • Physicians" assistants.,
  • Pediatric nursing.,
  • Medical care, Cost of.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Mehmet Tahir.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 152 leaves :
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22002226M

    Pediatric Primary Care, 6th Edition guides readers through the process of assessing, managing, and preventing health problems in infants, children, and adolescents. Key topics include developmental theory, issues of daily living, the health status of children today, and diversity and cultural : $ Home > March - Volume 45 - Issue 3 > The pediatric nurse practitioner and the child health associ Article Tools. Article as PDF ( KB) Print this Article Nurses (utilization) *Pediatric Nursing (manpower) Pediatrics (education) *Pediatrics (manpower).

      Young nurse entrepreneurs have unique abilities and perspectives and can bring enormous value to the nursing workforce. Policies that Restrict Full Utilization of Nurse Practitioners In. Although attentiveness toward the national nursing shortage has focused on the burden to hospital infrastructures and clinical care flow, 1 the daily, lived experiential impact of the home nursing shortage on children and families receiving palliative care consultation matters. 2,3 The field of pediatric palliative care is an approach to pediatric medical care that encompasses .

      Research Article Redesigning The Health Care Workforce Health Affairs Vol No Scope-Of-Practice Laws For Nurse Practitioners Limit Cost Savings That Can Be Achieved In Retail ClinicsCited by:   title = "A comparison of resource utilization in nurse practitioners and physicians.", abstract = "CONTEXT: Nurse practitioners increasingly provide primary care in a variety of settings. Little is known about how resource utilization for patients assigned to nurse practitioners compares with that for patients assigned to by:


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Economic analysis of the utilization of pediatric nurse practitioners by Mehmet Tahir Download PDF EPUB FB2

Appraisal using the Quality of Health Economic Studies instrument found two studies of high quality, one evaluating the alternative nurse practitioner role in specialised ambulatory care 29 30 and the other the complementary nurse practitioner role in specialised ambulatory care.

32 33 Two trials evaluating alternative nurse practitioner roles in Cited by: The Utilization of Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants: A Research Synthesis. Prepared for the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research.

Sabrina T. Wong, RN, PhD. University of British Columbia. School of Nursing. Centre for Health Services and Policy Research. Vicki Farrally, MA, MSc.

Praxis Management Inc. University of File Size: KB. This portable quick reference book is filled with valuable assessment and management information for both pediatric and family nurse practitioners.

Information is presented in a clear, concise outline format beginning with growth and development and moving on to key issues such as nutrition, immunizations, and anticipatory guidance/5(5).

Given the current economic climate of fiscal restraint, hospitals are looking for cost-effective ways to deliver safe and effective care. Full utilization of nurse practitioners (NPs) presents a viable means to this end.

Nurse Practitioners: a cost-effective solution. The cost-effectiveness of NPs in primary care has been well established [2].

There are ∼ 13, pediatric nurse practitioners (PNPs) in the United States. PNPs have been suggested as professionals who could provide care to the growing cadre of. Clinical nurse specialists and nurse practitioners are considered advanced practice nurses (International Council of Nurses, ).

Clinical nurse specialists are registered nurses with a graduate degree in nursing who have expertise in a clinical specialty and perform an advanced nursing role that includes practice, consultation, collaboration, education, research, and Cited by:   By involving nurse practitioners, substantial economic ‘savings’ could be used for redesigning primary care, to optimise the best skill mix, and to cover the full range of primary care activities.

Keywords: general practitioner, cost analysis, nurse practitioner Cited by: PEDIATRIC NURSE PRACTITIONER CERTIFICATION REVIEW includes every area covered on the PNP certification examinations.

The largest portion of the book addresses common presenting symptoms and problems. It also addresses health promotion and well child care, pediatric emergencies, research concepts, quality assurance, and issues and trends/5(5).

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. For further information about the cost-effectiveness of nurse practitioner (NP) care, see Evidence: economic.

Nurse practitioners provide safe and effective care for hospital patients. They are autonomous health-care professionals that can be added to existing inter-professional models of care, where the goal is to improve quality of care [3].

Pediatric Nursing, Psychiatric and Surgical Issues. The book Pediatric Nursing, Psychiatric and Surgical Issues has 8 chapters which are placed in 4 different sections, to enlighten patients and pediatricians on current developments on specific pediatric book is not a classic pediatric text book.

ric Nurse Practitioner Certifi cation Review Guide from Jones and Bartlett Publishers. The book is a revision of the text published by Health Leadership Asso-ciates, edited by Virginia Layng Millonig and Caryl Mob-ley.

It has a dual purpose. The book serves pediatric nurse practitioner (PNP) and family nurse practitionerFile Size: 1MB. To report and interpret findings from national pediatric nurse practitioner (PNP) job analysis surveys reflecting the changes in the knowledge and skills required for advanced practice.

Data sources National role delineation studies (RDS) conducted by American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) in, and A meta-analysis of process of care, clinical outcomes, and cost-effectiveness of nurses in primary care roles: Nurse practitioners and certified nurse midwives.

Paper prepared for The American Nurses’ Association, Division of Health Policy. Washington, DC, Hravnak, Tuite, and Baldisseri () reported on the monetary capital costs for the design and development of a simulation center to expand the acute care nurse practitioner and clinical nurse specialist program for invasive procedure training.

The analysis did not include the value of donated equipment or supplies or by: 3. This book is designed to serve as a quick resource for practicing emergency room nurses, pediatric critical care nurses, school nurses, nurse practitioners, and other health care providers.

Student practitioners will also find the content helpful and readily useable as a reference guide. duce the third edition of the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Certification Study Question Book.

This book will help the user to be successful in the examination process. These questions differ from those that are included in the Pedi-atric Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide, thus giving the reader an additionalFile Size: KB.

Co-published with the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP) and the Society of Pediatric Nurses (SPN) ANA and a workgroup of pediatric nurse experts, from across their specialty and representing seven professional organizations, convened to update and expand the edition to accommodate ongoing and anticipated.

The analysis followed the state’s adoption of universal coverage legislation 41 The analysis assumes that the average cost of a nurse practitioner or physician assistant visit is 20–35 percent Cited by:   Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide: Primary Care has been developed especially for Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Family Nurse Practitioners preparing to take certification examinations and as a reference in the practice setting.

The text is divided into systems with an in-depth coverage of growth and development and health. Background.

Improved quality of care and control of healthcare costs are important factors influencing decisions to implement nurse practitioner (NP) and clinical nurse specialist (CNS) roles. Objective. To assess the quality of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) evaluating NP and CNS cost-effectiveness (defined broadly to also include studies measuring health resource utilization Cited by: 21 Nicu Pediatric Utilization Review Nurse RN jobs available on Apply to Care Coordinator, Registered Nurse, Registered Nurse - Emergency Room and more!The economic analysis of a building is a complex subject and traditionally it has focused on a single aspect of the structure or a single part of the construction process.