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Angela Patterson, Chief Nurse Practitioner of MinuteClinic, discusses the Target pharmacy acquisition.
Casey Alrich, manager of health IT and quality improvement at the National Nursing Centers Consortium, discusses what the nurse practitioner has to do once involved in the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative.
Casey Alrich, manager of health IT and quality improvement at the National Nursing Centers Consortium, discusses what impact the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative will have at a practice level.
Casey Alrich, manager of health IT and quality improvement at the National Nursing Centers Consortium, on how are retail-based nurse practitioners transforming health care delivery and services.
Casey Alrich, manager of health IT and Quality Improvement at the National Nursing Centers Consortium, on what the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative is doing to help nurse practitioners deliver high-quality care.
Casey Alrich, manager of health IT and quality improvement at the National Nursing Centers Consortium discusses the role technology plays in nurse practitioners' delivery of high-quality care.
Peter Goldbach, Chief Medical Officer and SVP, Health Dialog & Chief Medical Officer, RediClinic, discusses the evolution of RediClinics over the last few years.
Debra Michaud, RN, MS, ARNP, FCP-C, MBA, a senior clinician with CVS Minute Clinic, outlines the important facts clinicians need to know about psoriasis.

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