Team nursing has had a long history and gained popularity during and after WWII. The “Primary Nursing” model would take over in the early 1980s while implementing the new DRG (Diagnosis Related Groups) reimbursement model.
History: Team Versus Primary Nursing
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The shift towards primary nursing revolved aro
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