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Increasing The Volume of Care Provided by Nurses

Increasing the volume of primary care delivered by nurse practitioners will have a net detrimental impact on the service of patients with acute health problems.

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Increasing the volume of primary care delivered by nurse practitioners, would definitely have a net detrimental impact on the service of patients with acute health problems. Increasing the volume of primary care delivered by nurse practitioners would have such a net detriment impact on the service of patients with acute health problems, largely due to the fact that the primary care that is delivered by nurse practitioners requires that these individuals be the patients initial point of contact for consultation, and even screening, as a prerequisite to the diagnosis of some underlying undiagnosed health Issue. Providing primary care by nurse practitioners, requires a great deal of skill, and the precise allocation and implementation of medical techniques, so it is imperative that these practitioners have the time that is necessary to ensure that each patient is provided the highest level of primary care that is possible. An increased volume of primary care requirements for nurse practitioners, will first and foremost require that the time that these individuals can spend with each patient will be detrimentally reduced, and a reduction in the time that these practitioners can spend with each patient, requires that the ...

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