This essay focuses on advance clinical practice. The goal is improving treatment of patients with chronic illness and doing that in a preventive manner rather than a reactive manner. Keeping these patients out of the hospital and reducing the number of patients who require higher-cost care will help both improve quality and also reduce costs.
(Consider how nurses advance clinical practice because of the identified concept) Slide 8 & 9 – Analyze the emerging health initiatives surrounding the two selected concepts (Discuss what initiatives have developed because of the identified exemplars discussed throughout the course) Slide 10 – Discuss how to advance workplace communication (Identify how to advance communication within the healthcare metaparadigm) Slide 11 – Conclude the presentation (Provide an overview of what was discussed in the presentation) Slide 12- Reference slide (References must be in APA Style and citations must be included in the presentation and speaker notes; does not count toward the slide count)
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Use of team-based and coordinated care will help increase efficiency, avoid redundancy. It also improve patient compliance, and reduce costs, according to the leaders’ survey. A team-based approach brings together talented caregivers to provide the best care outcomes possible. These care teams and other professionals should consider the patient as an essential part of the team, working with them to provide the best care.
The goal is improving treatment of patients with chronic illness. Doing that in a preventive manner rather than a reactive manner. Keeping these patients out of the hospital. Reducing the number of patients who require higher-cost care will help both improve quality and also reduce costs.