multidisciplinary health care team

multidisciplinary health care team

[-dis′ipliner′ē]
a group of health care workers who are members of different disciplines, each providing specific services to the patient.
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Prostate cancer nurses are specially trained registered nurses who provide information, care and support to men with prostate cancer and their families and carers, within a multidisciplinary health care team.
I see dental hygienists recognized--and reimbursed--as an integral part of every multidisciplinary health care team.
Firstly, the RDA supports and values our nursing colleagues as members of the multidisciplinary health care team.
As leaders of a multidisciplinary health care team, physicians need to recognize the importance of their role in being able to lead, direct, coordinate, and follow through on care decisions and treatment recommendations that require efficient communication flow and task accountabilities for all participants in the process.
TORONTO--There is much to be done to assist women with congenital heart disease in having healthy pregnancies and healthy babies, but this area is fraught with unknowns and requires expertise on the part of a multidisciplinary health care team.
In accordance with today's practice environment, in which patient care is delivered by a multidisciplinary health care team, Barker (nursing, Sacred Heart University) focuses on the wider scope of clinical leadership, addressing the roles of team members including nurses, physical therapists, radiology and laboratory managers, and occupational therapists.
Our physicians and multidisciplinary health care team study and implement novel interventions aimed to improve the long-term outcomes of premature infants.
We believe that EHR systems should accurately capture our work and integrate it with records from the multidisciplinary health care team," said Dr.
These characteristics make it easy for them to be incorporated into multidisciplinary health care teams.
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