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331 - Health Care Reform Part II: Impact of Ambulatory Care Nursing Models on Quality and Cost 
Date/Time:
April 8, 2011   1:00pm - 2:15pm
 
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37 Slides  
 
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Part two of this session on health care reform identifies and describes the impact reform will have on roles, responsibilities, resources, and performance measurement for ambulatory care nurses. In addition, the presenters discuss the application of care coordination and transitional care models for acute care and their application in ambulatory care settings, as well as the impact these models will have on quality and cost outcomes.
 


 
 
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