The roles of primary care PAs and NPs caring for older adults with diabetes

Published: April 1, 2014
Category: Bibliography > Papers
Authors: Carayon P, Everett CM, Gilchrist VJ, Palta M, Smith MA, Thorpe CT
Countries: United States
Language: null
Types: Care Management
Settings: Academic, Hospital

JAAPA 27:45-49.

Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, NC; Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System and University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, Pittsburgh, PA; University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Electronic health record data linked with Medicare data from an academic physician group were used to propose a multidimensional characterization of PA and NP roles on panels of primary care patients with diabetes. Seven PA and NP roles were defined based on level of involvement, visits with complex patients, and delivery of chronic care. Findings suggest that PAs and NPs in primary care perform a variety of roles and frequently perform multiple roles within a clinic.

PMID: 24662258

United States,Practice Pattern Comparison,High-Impact Chronic Condition,Care Management,Age

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