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Since 1990, the College Of Nursing has established a network of nurse-managed practice sites that now provide nearly 30,000 primary care and outreach visits each year to underserved clients in the upper northeast Tennessee region. Nurse-managed health care is currently being delivered in clinics located in Johnson City, Washington County, Mountain City (Johnson County) and Sneedville (Hancock County). The practices are funded from capitation; revenue generation; community organizations; hospitals; local, state and federal grants; and service contracts. The Faculty Practice Network has an annual budget of 3.7 million dollars. The Office of Practice of the College of Nursing provides the administration and infrastructure support for the Faculty Practice Network and the nurse-managed clinics.

 

ETSU's College of Nursing Nurse Managed Clinics Annual Report
(January 2013)


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Training Links

HIPAA Training for Licensed Health Professionals

(In order to access this training resource, you will need to create a Medscape account. Registration for site is free. Upon completion, Print the certificate and turn into clinic director. Instructions for Credit).

Your Mobile Device and Health Information Privacy and Security

(In order to access this training resource, you will need to create a Medscape account. Registration for site is free. This course will help you identify and guard against risks to protected health information on mobile devices).


 
 
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