Patients and their families believe that teams that include nurse practitioners are more effective, according to recent research.
Similar rates of recommended processes of diabetes care were observed for both nurse practitioners and primary care physicians, according to a recent study.
Across all patient groups and imaging services, more imaging is used by advanced practice clinicians (APCs) than primary care doctors.
Several domains for organizational climate influence the behavior and performance of nurse practitioners.
Independently practicing nurse practitioners (NPs) seeing patients at retail health clinics can cut health care costs, according to study data.
Ninety-nine percent of NPs are positive and optimistic about the future, but 81 percent feel overworked.
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