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Length of stay and charges associated with health care-acquired bloodstream infections.
BACKGROUND Although many studies have examined outcomes of health care-associated bloodstream infections (HCABSIs), population-based estimates of length of stay (LOS) and costs have seldom beenExpand
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Nurse Care Coordination and Technology Effects on Health Status of Frail Older Adults via Enhanced Self-Management of Medication: Randomized Clinical Trial to Test Efficacy
Background:Self-management of complex medication regimens for chronic illness is challenging for many older adults. Objectives:The purpose of this study was to evaluate health status outcomes ofExpand
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Cost Analysis of a Home-Based Nurse Care Coordination Program
To determine whether a home‐based care coordination program focused on medication self‐management would affect the cost of care to the Medicare program and whether the addition of technology, aExpand
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Aging in place versus nursing home care: comparison of costs to Medicare and Medicaid.
The objective of this study was to compare the community-based, long-term care program called Aging in Place (AIP) and nursing home care, in terms of cost to the Medicare and Medicaid programs. AExpand
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Incidence of and risk factors for nosocomial bloodstream infections in adults in the United States, 2003.
BACKGROUND Although many studies have examined nosocomial bloodstream infection (BSI), US national estimates of incidence and case-fatality rates have seldom been reported. OBJECTIVE The purposesExpand
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The impact of Prenatal Care Coordination on birth outcomes.
OBJECTIVE To measure the impact of a Medicaid benefit called Prenatal Care Coordination (PNCC) on healthy birth outcomes. DESIGN A cross-sectional design was used to compare the birth outcomes ofExpand
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Severe Fatigue and Depressive Symptoms in Lower-Income Urban Postpartum Women
The purpose of this study was to identify whether severe postpartum fatigue at 1 and 3 months postpartum was associated with depressive symptomatology at 6 months in lower-income urban women. AExpand
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Comparing Aging in Place to Home Health Care: Impact of Nurse Care Coordination On Utilization and Costs.
The goal of this study was to compare utilization and cost outcomes of patients who received long-term care coordination in an Aging in Place program to patients who received care coordination as aExpand
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The relationship of community-based nurse care coordination to costs in the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
The purpose of this evaluation was to study the relationship of nurse care coordination (NCC) to the costs of Medicare and Medicaid in a community-based care program called Missouri Care OptionsExpand
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Quantifying care coordination using natural language processing and domain-specific ontology
OBJECTIVE This research identifies specific care coordination activities used by Aging in Place (AIP) nurse care coordinators and home healthcare (HHC) nurses when coordinating care for olderExpand
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