Nurse Practitioner S Business Practice And Legal Guide

Author: Buppert
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 1284117162
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Nurse Practitioner’s Business Practice and Legal Guide, Sixth Edition is a must-have resource for every new or current nurse practitioner (NP) that explains and analyzes the legal issues relevant to nurse practitioners. Completely updated and revised, it includes a new chapter on answering frequently asked questions from NPs. In addition, it provides the latest state-by-state laws, including regulatory developments and prosecutions of nurse practitioners, and new case analysis and lessons learned from those cases. The Sixth Edition also provides new discussions of NP competencies, how the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree relates to NPs, the differences in primary care and acute care NPs, definitions of medical bio-ethics terminology, additional malpractice cases and the lessons to learn from them, emerging issues in health policy, guidelines around prescribing opioids and controlled drugs, clinical performance measures, electronic health records, and new opportunities for NPs u

Nurse Practitioner S Business Practice And Legal Guide

Author: Carolyn Buppert
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 1284143066
Size: 10,72 MB
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Nurse Practitioner's Business Practice and Legal Guide, Sixth Edition is a must-have resource for every new or current nurse practitioner (NP) that explains and analyzes the legal issues relevant to nurse practitioners. Completely updated and revised, it includes a new chapter on answering frequently asked questions from NPs. In addition, it provides the latest state-by-state laws, including regulatory developments and prosecutions of nurse practitioners, and new case analysis and lessons learned from those cases. The Sixth Edition also provides new discussions of NP competencies, how the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree relates to NPs, the differences in primary care and acute care NPs, definitions of medical bio-ethics terminology, additional malpractice cases and the lessons to learn from them, emerging issues in health policy, guidelines around prescribing opioids and controlled drugs, clinical performance measures, electronic health records, and new opportunities for NPs u

Nurse Practitioner S Business Practice And Legal Guide

Author: Carolyn Buppert
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 0763749338
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Nurse Practitioner’s Business Practice and Legal Guide, Third Edition lays a solid foundation of knowledge upon which students can build their practice confidently and effectively, whether it be in developing an employment relationship, undertaking a business venture, giving testimony before the state legislature, composing a letter to an insurance company about an unpaid bill, teaching at a school of nursing, or serving as president of a state or national organization. The Third Edition of this best-seller is newly revised and updated to include topics such as: • How to write an effective business plan using the most up-to-date informationand planning strategies • How to avoid malpractice and other lawsuits • How to effectively negotiate managed care contracts • What must take place for NPs to become primary care providers • What decisions need to be made before starting a practice • State-by-state laws completely updated! • New section on the NP Portfolio - What is it? - What goes in it? - Why is it necessary?

How To Run Your Nurse Practitioner Business

Author: Dr. Sheila Grossman, Ph.D.
Editor: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780826117632
Size: 20,33 MB
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Designated a Doody's Core Title! "This is a wonderful resource for current and future nurse practitioners. The information is valuable and timely. This is an essential addition to resource libraries for nurse practitioners."Score: 100, 5 stars --Doody's This book serves as an authoritative reference designed for nurse practitioners (NPs), masters and doctoral level students, and administrators interested in developing and managing high-quality, cost-effective, and patient-accessible healthcare in NP settings. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Essentials are described in detail, and implications of the practice doctorate are integrated into this comprehensive text designed assist the reader in learning the principles of business management. The authors delineate the scope and role of the NP, the changing vision of healthcare delivery and its impact on NPs, and an analysis of the impact of statutes and legislation on NP-run practices. The book also provides a review of entrepreneurial models of NP delivery settings. Key features: Provides templates of policies, procedures, and documents that readers can adapt for their own settings regarding referral, release of healthcare information, and mission statements Discusses all aspects of running a clinic, such as on-call scheduling, job descriptions, staff evaluation, managing patient records, collaborative practice agreements, business plans, and sample budgets Offers important information about patient safety, evidence-based practice, working with business consultants to develop a practice, financial management of a practice, explanations of the roles of the director/owner and other providers

Starting Your Practice

Author: Jean M. Nagelkerk
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323024882
Size: 17,54 MB
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This unique resource is an ideal career-planning guide for advanced practice students, recent graduates, and practicing nurse practitioners who want to expand their careers. It's filled with helpful guidelines and proven strategies for success in every aspect of NP practice, including certification and licensure, finding and negotiating a practice opportunity, and developing community and professional partnerships. Guidelines for completing the necessary requirements for certification and licensure Tips for finding and negotiating a practice opportunity Strategies for using available technology and tools, such as the internet and PDAs, to create a successful clinical practice environment Ideas for developing a community partnership by creating successful professional and clinical contacts in the community Practical advice on how best to market oneself and interview with potential employers Key information on establishing systems in practice, using tools to enhance clinical judgment, and other important responsibilities related to clinical practice A wealth of real-world examples, including resumes, collaborative agreements, contracts, business plans, billing and coding, and productivity flowcharts, provide essential resources for a successful practice

How To Start An Independent Practice

Author: Carolyn R. Zaumeyer
Editor: F A Davis Company
ISBN: 9780803610583
Size: 17,21 MB
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Teach your students how to do it. This practical, user-friendly, easy-to-read resource manual takes the mystery out of setting up a practice -- from planning through start up, to daily operation. It contains an array of practical topics and basic how to's, and includes forms for completing a self-assessment of personal skills, strengths and weaknesses, and understanding the basics of research. Appendices at the end of chapters include real examples of applications, resumes, CVs, protocols, charts, forms, consents, patient information sheets, and more

Transitioning Into Hospital Based Practice

Author: Mona N. Bahouth, MSN, CRNP
Editor: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 0826157335
Size: 18,65 MB
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"This is a unique and needed addition to the nursing literature. Historically, the role of the nurse practitioner was focused on primary care, but as the healthcare environment has changed, so has the need for nurse practitioners in the hospital setting....This valuable resource is a wonderful guide for nurse practitioners and administrators working to successfully create this transition in their organizations." Score: 98, 5 Stars.--Doody's Medical Reviews Transitioning into Hospital Based Practice: A Guide for Nurse Practitioners & Administrators is the first text to address the mutual issues of both NPs and administrators in successfully implementing NP practice in hospitals. This book addresses the planning, implementation, and evaluation process as well as the key factors that are critical to the success of the individual NP, and incorporates practical guidance from national NP experts. The NP recruitment, orientation, mentoring, and professional development are key to the individual and collective success of both the NP and the organization's outcomes. It is the commitment to this mutual success that sets this book apart from any other texts on this subject and makes it indispensible for students, practicing NPs, and administrators alike. Key Features: Provides concrete strategies for the NP and Administrator that support the transition from clinic to hospital-based APN practice Addresses a growing need for role identification and integration of the NP role into the hospital setting Covers the planning, implementation, and evaluation process of the hospital-based NP Focuses on the improvement of patient outcomes and cost reduction Written by national NP experts

Role Development For The Nurse Practitioner

Author: Stewart
Editor: Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN: 1284164934
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Role Development for the Nurse Practitioner, Second Edition is an integral text that guides students in their transition from the role of registered nurse to nurse practitioner.