Reduced Cost and Decreased Length of Stay Associated with Acute Ischemic Stroke Care Provided by Nurse Practitioners: A Single Primary Stroke Center Experience
Nurse practitioner (NP) have a wider role in modern stroke centers providing quality evidence based care to patients with both in and outpatient settings for acute ischemic stroke (AIS) and transient ischemic attack (TIA) patients. We studies the outcome measures, length of stay (LOS) and cost before and after implementation of nurse practitioners as the primary medical provider in a community based stroke center.
Nurse practitioners, Acute ischemic Stroke, AIS, Transient ischemic attack, TIA
Neurology | Other Nursing
Roering, Leah NP; Peterson, Michelle NP; Shah Miran, Muhammad MD; Freese, Melissa; Shea, Kenneth MD; and Suri, M Fareed K. MD, "Reduced Cost and Decreased Length of Stay Associated with Acute Ischemic Stroke Care Provided by Nurse Practitioners: A Single Primary Stroke Center Experience" (2017). Nursing Posters. 76.