A new study has found no clinically important differences in patient outcomes, regardless of whether their provider is a physician, PA, or NP.
What effort does it take to support a patient’s wishes? It’s not merely documenting them, but putting the wheels into motion to do, or to NOT do things.
Patients and caregivers want to feel prepared to look after themselves or loved ones when they leave the hospital, and they want to know that their needs will be attended to until they stabilize or recover, however long that takes.
Hospitals can adopt billing strategies from retail stores to improve the patient experience and support consumer-centered healthcare.
As competition among health care providers intensifies, they are under pressure to deliver a high-quality, cost-effective and pleasant consumer experience.
Here are three reasons why hospitals are turning to NPs and improving patient care in the process.
Research shows workers feel they can’t discuss workplace problems, but that good management helps.