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The effect of ambulatory oncology nursing practice models on health resource utilization. Part 2, Different practice models--different use of health resources?



The effect of ambulatory oncology nursing practice models on health resource utilization. Part 2, Different practice models--different use of health resources?



Journal of Nursing Administration 25(2): 15-22



The continuous rise in healthcare expenditures concerns providers, recipients, and payers alike, all of whom seek to explain, justify, or contain these costs. Although nurses are major healthcare providers in ambulatory oncology settings, the efficiency or productivity of nursing, expressed as frequency and cost of services (resource utilization), has not been addressed. Part 1 presented findings from a retrospective comparative study that delineated two different models of oncology nursing practice, the Nurse Complement Model and the Nurse Substitute Model of practice. Part 2 discusses these differences in the economic effectiveness of ambulatory oncology nursing in terms of health resource utilization.

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