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324 - Evaluating Efficiency in Flow of Care Across a Practice Model Transition 
May 4, 2012   10:30am - 11:45am
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Advanced practice nurses are on the cutting edge of health care reform and poised to play a vital role. This retrospective study of three practice models includes time-motion data to determine potential efficiency issues that contribute to increased time in flow of care procedures as well as decreased access to health care.

Learning Objectives:

  • Determine how efficiency of flow at an internal medicine clinic can reduce access to primary health care at a practice in southwest Virginia.
  • Assess the level of efficiency in three types of practice models: intertwined, individual, and separate.
  • Examine the relevance to health care reform.

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