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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24684600/a-protocol-for-a-pragmatic-randomized-controlled-trial-evaluating-outcomes-of-emergency-nurse-practitioner-service
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Natasha Jennings, Glenn Gardner, Gerard O'Reilly
AIM: To evaluate emergency nurse practitioner service effectiveness on outcomes related to quality of care and service responsiveness. BACKGROUND: Increasing service pressures in the emergency setting have resulted in the adoption of service innovation models; the most common and rapidly expanding of these is the emergency nurse practitioner. The delivery of high quality patient care in the emergency department is one of the most important service indicators to be measured in health services today...
September 2014: Journal of Advanced Nursing
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/24176833/provider-in-triage-is-this-a-place-for-nurse-practitioners
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Diana Bahena, Colleen Andreoni
The role of nurse practitioners (NPs) in emergency care continues to evolve. A new and exciting role is the provider-in-triage (PIT) role. This innovative role has been implemented in many emergency departments (EDs) across the country. It was developed primarily as a front-end strategy to improve throughput of patients receiving emergency care. The PIT process uses a provider, physician, NP, or physician assistant in the triage area. Patient satisfaction, quality measures, and financial improvements have been attributed to using a PIT...
October 2013: Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal
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