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Health Affairs Blog: The Integrity Of MACRA May Be Undermined By “Incident To Billing” Coding
Nursing Outlook: The quality of primary care provided by nurse practitioners to vulnerable Medicare beneficiaries
Nursing Economic$: Improving Nursing Workforce Forecasts: Comparative Analysis of the Cohort Supply Model and the Health Workforce Simulation Model
Breaking Down Silos: An Interview with the Health Workforce Forecasting Team
Nursing Economic$: State of the Registered Nurse Workforce as a New Era of Health Reform Emerges
February 24, 2016 – Center researchers Peter Buerhaus, David Auerbach and Douglas
Staiger have just published a new Data Watch article in the journal Nursing Economic$
titled, “Recent Changes in the Number of Nurses Graduating from Undergraduate and
Graduate Programs.” Summary: Since the 1970s, a number of initiatives have attempted
to increase the proportion of...
January 14, 2016 — MSU News Service New research by Montana State University professor
Peter Buerhaus and others has found that nurse practitioners are more likely than
medical doctors to practice in rural areas. The study is published in the January
issue of Medical Care, the Journal of the American Public Health Association. As part
of the study,...
January 6, 2016 – With Medicare enrollment and cost concerns growing, a new study
finds that patients with a nurse practitioner as a primary care provider are less
costly to Medicare than patients with a physician primary care provider. The study—the
first to examine national data—contradicts previous research suggesting that both
types of providers generate...