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Accountable health care organization having early success with quality, costs – The Boston Globe

Accountable health care organization having early success with quality, costs – The Boston Globe

A Rhode Island medical practice is having success with a new way of providing health care. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.bostonglobe.com Better care and lower cost is the key.  How to do it?  This article looks at some ideas. If you are a medical professional or nurse also seeking various healthcare certifications then please review our programs in Case Management, or Legal Nurse Consulting.  If they meet your academic and professional needs, then let us know and we will be happy to answer any questions #healthcareprofessionalcertifications

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Nurses take lead role in treating depression among diabetic patients | Nurse.com News

Nurses take lead role in treating depression among diabetic patients | Nurse.com News

Depression is an important issue in the treatment of diabetes and nurses play a key role lead role in treating it. Sourced through Scoop.it from: news.nurse.com Nurses are key in grief counseling.  This is why we offer grief counseling certifications to nurses at AIHCP.  Nurses play a key role in many mental aspects of early diagnosis of issues.  This article looks at how nurses can help with grief and other issues.  If you are a nurse and would like to review our healthcare certifications, then please review #healthcarecertifications

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4 ideal avenues for the venting nurse

4 ideal avenues for the venting nurse

Nursing is hard work, and the stress levels are incredibly high. Sometimes, a nurse just has to vent all of their frustration and stress onto people that care. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.mightynurse.com A short article about the stresses of nursing and how a nurse can vent and release the stress from the job If you are in nursing and are interested in attaining healthcare certifications, then please review our certification page and see if any of the program meet any of your needs.#healthcarecertifications

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All in the balance: Nurse practitioners are ready to help meet baby boomers’ growing needs

All in the balance: Nurse practitioners are ready  to help meet baby boomers’ growing  needs

As they grow older, about 70 million baby boomers will test the mettle of the nation’s healthcare system — particularly its supply of primary care providers — like never before. Will there be enough PCPs to meet boomers’ needs? Some say no and are working toward securing nurse practitioners’ expanded scope of practice across the country, which will allow NPs to meet the growing need for more providers. Source: news.nurse.com Good to see an increase in the role of the Nurse Practitioner in various states as more and more people need medical help and assistance. If you are interested in

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Preventing Falls in the Healthcare Environment

Preventing Falls in the Healthcare Environment

Orthopedists see fractures from falls more than they would care to.  Even a relatively young patient in the confusing situation of a hospital room can end up falling if the healthcare provider isn’t careful.  However, it is the older adult that is at the greatest risk for falls and for complications from the falls.   Unfortunately, when falls occur and bones break, some patients are too debilitated to fully recover from the injury and subsequent surgery.  For this reason, it is vitally important that that those patients at high risk of falling receive special attention when they are under the