Nothing 'fast' about patient care

By Cheryl Birmingham Regarding the Sept. 16, 2007 article "Walk-ins changing health care," by Bob LaMendola: I understand the American Medical Association's concern regarding the patient type that requires ... Full Story
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#1 Oct 25, 2007
The assault on retail-based clinics by the mainstream medical associations is an indirect assault on nursing.

Most of the stories on this subject highlight comments from physicans regarding a nurse-driven model, and do not include any feedback from nurse leaders.
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#3 Oct 15, 2013
Healthcare reform is currently a public policy discussion in the U.S Congress. We believe home health is a cost efficient delivery model and should be a key component of any reform effort.

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