A Nurse Practitioner Model for Delivering Primary and Coordinated Care to Adults with Disabilities - CLASS Inc., Lawrence, MA and Academic Partners, Brandeis University and University of Massachusetts Lowell

Publication Year:
2014
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Repository URL:
https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/chr_symposium/2014/posters/5
Author(s):
Bob Harris; Marji Warfield Erickson; Lisa Accardi; Lisa Abdallah; Karen Devereaux Melillo; A. James Lee
article description
The project will (1) design and plan the implementation of a nurse practitioner model for delivering primary and coordinated care to adults with disabilities who are receiving day habilitation services, and (2) evaluate the design and planning processes using a participatory and iterative approach. The project is a collaborative effort between a university-based research center, provider agencies, a nursing school, and government officials. Products include a logic model of the intervention, materials for training nurses to provide care and service coordination, and an analysis of the process to disseminate lessons learned, support a demonstration project and encourage replication efforts.