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practitioner

noun artificer, artisan, artist, attorney, counselor, craftsman, creative worker, journeyman, lawyer, master worker, professional, solicitor, specialist, trained person
Associated concepts: legal practitioner, single practitioner, sole practitioner
See also: addict, attorney, esquire, expert, professional, specialist
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One nurse practitioner recalls a case in which she realized it was going to cost more in paperwork and mailing costs to pursue reimbursement for her short visit with an 80-year-old woman than the $11 she'd receive if she was successful in pursuing Medicare reimbursement.
No--there should be no Nurse Practitioner or student who does not know that they alone are responsible for the care of their patients, not any other provider such as a collaborator or supervising physician.
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are the first conflicts in US history that have officially recognized the role of the deployed nurse practitioner.
The daily routine of a nurse practitioner in primary care is definitely not routine.
when the Oklahoma State Department of Health encouraged nurses to become nurse practitioners to improve access to care;
Our data has shown that primary care physicians and nurse practitioners are being educated in very different ways to provide similar types of clinical services.
It is not because of demand but because of a law that ties the work of nurse practitioners to doctors, said Okoro, who has a doctorate in nursing practice.
and Nurse Practitioner Perspective enhance the professional development of all NPs and DNPs who are looking for leadership and guidance during this transition period.
Currently, ISNAP needs to identify more nurse practitioners and clinical nurse specialists who can help ISNAP participants fulfill the requirement of meeting with an addictionist every three months.
In 22 states, nurse practitioners must have collaborative, written agreements with physicians outlining each other's specific roles, rights and responsibilities, usually as defined by the state.
health policy debates, has published a "health policy brief" on the role of nurse practitioners in primary care.
For anyone contemplating becoming a Nurse Practitioner, yes, the path is long.

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