Assessing the utilization and productivity of nurse practitioners and physician's assistants: methodology and findings on productivity.

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This article describes the research design, survey instrument and methodology employed in a national study to assess the utilization and productivity of nurse practitioners and physician assistants (NP/PAs) in primary care settings. All practices (N = 455) used in the study employed formally trained NP/PAs who treated, or were eligible to treate, Medicare… (More)

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@article{Mendenhall1980AssessingTU, title={Assessing the utilization and productivity of nurse practitioners and physician's assistants: methodology and findings on productivity.}, author={Robert Mendenhall and P A Repicky and Robert Neville}, journal={Medical care}, year={1980}, volume={18 6}, pages={609-23} }