Care teams with NPs help reduce rehospitalizations

07/15/2009 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

A study at a Minneapolis nursing home found using special care teams reduced hospital readmissions among older, short-term patients by 20%. The care teams included a nurse practitioner, physician, pharmacist and sometimes a dentist, who all worked to help prevent complications that likely would send a patient back to the hospital.

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