Part 1: Using Brown and Olshansky’s (1997) model, describe what interventions you plan to do during your first year of practice to help you navigate the changes described during in each phase.
Part 2: We are seeing rapid change in primary care as stakeholders are demanding higher quality healthcare at reduced costs. After reading the Cuenca (2017) and Shi, et al. (2017) articles, provide a synthesis-level evaluation of how you believe the patient-centered medical home and value-based payment models will: (1) impact your personal practice as a nurse practitioner, and (2) transform the way primary care is delivered in the United States.
Part 3: After reading the AANP (2015) and White, et al. (2017) articles, what are your thoughts on the economic benefits of using nurse practitioners in healthcare practices? How would you respond to this question if asked in a job interview? Support your response in Part 3 with evidence from the literature.
Required Articles for you to respond to paper:
American Association of Nurse Practitioners. (2015). Nurse Practitioner Cost Effectiveness. https://www.aanp.org/advocacy/advocacy-resource/position-statements.
Brown, M., & Olshansky, E. (1997). From limbo to legitimacy: a theoretical model of the transition to the primary care nurse practitioner role. Nursing Research, 46(1), 46-51. https://uw.instructure.com/courses/812898/files/22971045/download
Shi, L., Lee, D., Chung, M., Liang, H., Lock, D., & Sripipatana, A. (2017). Patient-centered medical home recognition and clinical performance in U.S. community health centers. Health Services Research, 52(3), 984-1004. https://doi.org/10.1111/1475-6773.12523
White, D.L., Torabi, E., & Froehle, C.M. (2017). Ice-breaker vs. standalone: comparing alternative workflow modes of mid-level care providers. Production and Operations Management, 26(11), 2089-2106.
If any information needs to be specifically applied to a specific state, that state would be Michigan.
All references must be scholarly articles not more than 5 years old.