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Finding Florence

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Scant research has attempted to describe the value of NP practice for healthcare
organizations in the Netherlands, the impact on organizational
structures, and the division of jurisdictional control
over prescribing. Other
studies mostly focused on patient satisfaction with the NP role in comparison with
physicians, on coordination of care, costs, clinical outcomes such as weight gain, eczema severity, length of hospital stay, and adequacy of medical treatment. While Dutch policymakers opted for task substitution from more expensive
doctors to cheaper nurses mainly for efficiency’s sake, the economic arguments for substitution were all but robust. The above-mentioned
studies provided some evidence that the NP role is appreciated in the Netherlands; it was
shown that the NPs could manage condition-specific cases and achieve the same level of
patient-related outcomes as obtained with medical management by physicians. Similarly,
Tsiachristas et al.’s systematic literature review of international studies on the NP
role found evidence for improvements in patient satisfaction, patient information, and
clinical outcomes.

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OrganisatieHogeschool Rotterdam
Opleiding
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LectoraatKenniscentrum Zorginnovatie
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Datum2016-08-17
TypeProefschrift
TaalEngels

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