The other strategy is to ask the percentage of practice revenue in relation to

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(APN) to create or remove the barriers so as to be able to access and control the health cost. The other strategy is to ask the percentage of practice revenue in relation to the overhead expenses. In this case, the variable expenses should clearly be quoted so as to be able to assess the productivity of the practice and also determine how much will be spent in the practice (CARE, 2010). Therefore, the strategies involved should allow the parties involved to negotiate equitable revenue or any other benefits, by coming up with the rates across the specialist involved to provide the required services. Jose References
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Buppert, C. (2014 ). Nurse practitioner's business practice and legal guide . Jones & Bartlett Publishers. Retrieved from ; dq=+The+strategies+should+be+in+accordance+with++the+legal+scope+of+practice+fo r+an+ANP&ots=B1LGnnWto_&sig=YlR4eJvWaX9_4f1PHkHYK0bkpAM&redir_esc= y# v=onepage&q&f=false> CARE, I. M. (2010). T: chapter discusses the role of advanced practice nurses (APNs). Nurse Practitioners: The Evolution and Future of Advanced Practice , 150. Retrieved from &dq=+negotiation+for+Advanced+Practice+Nurse+(APN) + +controlling+the+health+cos t. +The+other+strategy+is+to+ask+the+percentage+of+practice+revenue+in+relation+to+the+over h&ots=BlatdpU8hY&sig=-7QP5Ca-NYtYa-Knxb- U6MDm70w&redir_esc=y#v=onepag e&q&f=false> Elena Losa Iglesias, M., & Becerro de Bengoa Vallejo, R. (2012). Conflict resolution styles in the nursing profession. Contemporary nurse, 43 (1), 73-80. Retrieved from ; Potter, P. A., Perry, A. G., Stockert, P., & Hall, A. (2016). Fundamentals of nursing. Elsevier Health Sciences. < Potter, P. A., Perry, A. G., Stockert, P., & Hall, A. (2016). Fundamentals of nursing . Elsevier Health Sciences.> Show Less Mijanou Marretta-Lewis reply to Jose DelAcruz 7/18/2016 3:28:23 AM RE: Discussion Part One Jose’,
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New Jersey is not one of the states that have autonomy to practice as a nurse practitioner which is the same in Ohio. Chapter 10 of Buppert was not only very revealing but intimidating as well (2011). The thought of working to negotiate such a complex contract to look out for ones best interest is daunting. For the states that have autonomy starting one’s own practice looks just about as daunting. In an attempt to see what a contract negotiation looks like, this nurse made phone calls to various NP sites but they were too busy to respond. After some exhaustive research, medical-school graduates who plan a career as primary care physicians are only about one quarter of the graduates. Nurse practitioners are now in high demand to step into a now near vacant role as primary care provider. However the American Medical Society prevents APRNs from providing primary care without oversight by a physician in many states (Inglehart, 2013). It is the norm in the state of Ohio to pay physicians who are not on site a minimum of $25,000 per year to review files biannually and do our evaluations. It is predicted that primary care physicians actually practicing in Ohio will dwindle as they reap the rewards of
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