Nurses, medical homes key parts of health reform

12/10/2009 | MedPage Today (free registration)

Encouraging the use of medical homes that include nurses and pharmacists should be a key part of health reform to reduce emergency department visits for nonemergency conditions, participants at a health care forum said. The model would help lower costs by reducing medical errors, streamlining care and improving patient education, researchers said.

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