Top Nurse Practitioner Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Nurse Practitioner. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Nurse Practitioner resumes they appeared on. For example, 21.8% of Nurse Practitioner resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Nurse Practitioner actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Nurse Practitioner resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Functioned collaboratively with physicians to provide direct patient care in the ambulatory health setting, managing acute and chronic conditions.
  • Collaborated with other professional disciplines to ensure effective and efficient patient care delivery and the achievement of desired patient outcomes.
  • Developed and implemented a system of chart organization that dramatically stream-lined patient care and improved the delivery of that care.
  • Participated in guiding patient care, gathering histories, physical examinations and manual manipulation in concordance with staff chiropractor.
  • Managed outpatient care for adult bone marrow transplant patients with hematological malignancies in daily hospital setting.
  • Provided crisis intervention pertinent to patient care problems while adhering to appropriate channels to ensure continuity.
  • Participated in monthly patient care conferences, contributing to weekly Interdisciplinary Team meetings as needed.
  • Collaborated with other hospital departments to provide effective patient care in the medical follow-up clinic.
  • Assist Providers with Clinical Documentation pertinent to patient care as it reflects morality risk/index.
  • Collaborated with Providers for patient care of diverse populations using evidence based medicine.
  • Followed most recent evidence- based guidelines of practice in providing quality patient care.
  • Provide comprehensive patient care by communicating with primary care providers and specialty physician.
  • Provide appropriate patient care including recording patients' medical history and physical assessment.
  • Provided direct and indirect patient care services under written and approved standardized procedures;
  • Maintained continuity of patient care through consultation referral reviews and diagnostic testing.
  • Developed staff in-service on managing hypoglycemia to improve consistency in patient care.
  • Initiate patient care plans, including medical and pharmacological management as needed.
  • Determine medical/surgical treatment plan and coordinate referrals and patient care services.
  • Provide direct patient care for minor illnesses following National Evidenced-Based Guidelines.
  • Provide direct patient care independently to uninsured patients in the community.

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2. Primary Care Services

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Here's how Primary Care Services is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Provision of a full range of primary care services for Spanish-speaking patient populations from adolescent to geriatric patient populations
  • Provided primary care services for nursing home residents, including those receiving skilled nursing and rehabilitation services.
  • Provide primary care services to patients with mental illness-MCFI employee occupational health-Walk in clinic for community members
  • Provide quality and comprehensive primary care services to pediatric patients.
  • Nurse Practitioner providing Primary Care services for adult patients
  • Provided home-based primary care services for veterans.
  • Provide primary care services to multicultural population.
  • Provided primary care services education and counseling.
  • Provide primary care services to adult and geriatric patients residing in assisted living, skilled nursing, sub-acute and home settings.
  • Provision of a full range of primary care services for Spanish-speaking patient populations with a strong focus on geriatric patient populations
  • Provided outpatient primary care services to uninsured, under insured, and under served adult patients in a FQHC setting.
  • Provide primary care services to students including preventive care and treatment of acute illnesses as well as chronic disease management.
  • Provided primary care services to patients with acute and chronic health conditions, with an emphasis on assessment/diagnosis/and patient education.
  • Nurse Practitioner Aug. 2009-Dec. 2011 Provided primary care services, obtained medical histories, conducted complete and focused physical examinations.
  • Provided general primary care services, including preventive care, sick visits, routine physicals, and vaccinations.
  • Sole practitioner and clinic manager for a school based health center providing primary care services to children.
  • Provided women's health primary care services to DOH clients at various locations throughout St. Louis County.
  • Worked 16 hours per week providing primary care services to senior patients enrolled in the program.
  • Provide primary care services, including assessing, diagnosing, prescribing, treating and educating patients.
  • Provided primary care services in a community health center setting for patients ages 2 and up.

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3. Chronic Illnesses

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Here's how Chronic Illnesses is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Conduct comprehensive physical examinations for HealthSpring members with emphasis on preventative health and maintenance of acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Educate patients about self-management of acute or chronic illnesses-customizing the education tailored to each patient s individual circumstance.
  • Identify acute and chronic illnesses and injuries Provide medical consultations and treatments under physician supervision.
  • Manage common episodic health problems and chronic illnesses in collaboration with physicians.
  • Educated patients about self-management of acute, episodic or chronic illnesses.
  • Provided medication management to patients with multiple and advanced chronic illnesses.
  • Treated acute and chronic illnesses under collaborative agreement with medical director.
  • Formulated clinical decisions to manage acute/chronic illnesses and promoted wellness.
  • Prescribed pharmacological treatment for acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Coordinate services related to management of chronic illnesses
  • Educate members on their disease processes, management of acute and chronic illnesses and community resources that will support their needs.
  • Assess, diagnose, treat prescribe medications; write orders, and prescriptions for patients with both acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Provide teaching and counseling in the areas of health promotion, maintenance, disease prevention, and management of acute/chronic illnesses.
  • Collaborated with the Primary Care physician in the areas of physical assessment, diagnosis and management of acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Coordinated and performed overall physical assessments and routine care as needed provided evaluation of acute illnesses as well as chronic illnesses.
  • Manage multiple chronic illnesses, including cardiac and respiratory illnesses, diabetes, wounds, dementia, and many others.
  • Supported physicians and provided direct patient care relating to overall geriatric health, hypertension, diabetes and other chronic illnesses.
  • Direct patient care for adult patients including acute and chronic illnesses, occupational health and preventative care is also completed.
  • Provided primary care and episodic care to adult patients with both acute and chronic illnesses in the office setting.
  • Provided patient and family education regarding new diagnoses of diabetes, asthma, cystic fibrosis and other chronic illnesses.

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4. Diagnosis

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Here's how Diagnosis is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Position required assessment, diagnosis, work-up and interpretation of diagnostics, in addition to effectively communicating with all physicians.
  • Utilize information from interview and physical examination, in order to develop a clinically appropriate working diagnosis and management plan.
  • Educated patient and/or parent on their diagnosis and provided written information to help facilitate their learning and understanding.
  • Provide psychiatric and medical services to an outpatient population to dual diagnosis patients seeking psychiatric and addiction treatment.
  • Provide psychiatric medication management services to patients in the partial hospitalization program, including patients with dual diagnosis.
  • Provided psychiatric evaluations, assessments, diagnosis, medication management, referrals and psychological support as needed.
  • Provide comprehensive primary health care services with responsibility for examination, diagnosis and treatment of patients.
  • Apply Dependent and Independent Nursing Measures and Techniques pertinent to Medical Diagnosis and therapy/treatment of patients.
  • Provided comprehensive health assessments and managed diagnosis specific regimens to the inpatient and outpatient neurosurgery population.
  • Provided top-notch care for acutely ill patients including assessment, diagnosis, implementation and evaluation.
  • Formulated appropriate differential diagnosis based on history, physical exam, diagnostic and laboratory findings.
  • Provide extensive education to patients and family regarding diagnosis, medications and discharge instructions.
  • Developed working diagnosis and ordered appropriate work-up and treatment including any required special procedures.
  • Followed evidenced-based clinical guidelines and conveyed an accurate diagnosis based on advanced assessment skills.
  • Coordinated referrals as needed; identify diagnosis to be used in active medical management.
  • Collaborate with physicians and follow established protocols relative to diagnosis and treatment of patients.
  • Provide psychiatric medication services to an outpatient population, including patients with dual diagnosis.
  • Based on Medical presentation determined Medical Diagnosis, Treatment plan, and Medications needed.
  • Develop working diagnosis in accordance with established advance practice nursing and medical practices.
  • Interpreted diagnostics and performed differential diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic conditions.

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5. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Provided comprehensive health care as a Family Nurse Practitioner to an adult male population in a correctional prison facility.
  • Provided comprehensive urgent and occupational health care as a Nurse Practitioner in an urgent care/occupational medicine facility.
  • Collaborated with interdisciplinary health care team in making diagnosis of acute and complex chronic conditions.
  • Provided primary Health Care services to patients who have psychiatric, respiratory and immunological problems.
  • Participate in quality assurance/ continued quality improvement activities in the health care setting 4.
  • Delivered primary health care for patients diagnosed with hematologic and solid tumor diseases.
  • Communicated with physicians and other providers to ensure health care continuity and coordination.
  • Performed re-certification assessments on terminally ill patients as per Federal Health care regulations
  • Worked successfully with collaborating physicians and other health care providers.
  • Provide physical assessments to Medicare/Medicaid recipients of United Health Care.
  • Coordinate patient care with interdisciplinary team and community home health care agencies for continuity of care, supervision, and cost-effectiveness.
  • Participated in interdisciplinary meetings and acted as a liaison by consulting with and collaborating with members of the health care team.
  • Assess current health status of client and give recommendations to their health plan regarding any health care needs they may have.
  • Work autonomously as well as in collaboration with a variety of individuals to diagnose and manage clients' health care problems.
  • Provided comprehensive health care to a primarily, adult population as the primary health care provider in an Internal Medicine clinic.
  • Supervised five team members and trained them in health care fundamentals including sanitary techniques, lab draws, and patient management.
  • Walk in patients, follow up care, acute complaints, and chronic disease management patients are provided quality health care.
  • Act as a health care resource and role model to staff by maintaining a high degree of ethics and integrity.
  • Served as clinical instructor for Nurse Practitioner Students enrolled in the Planned Parenthood Women's Health Care Nurse Practitioner Program.
  • Funded by public grants, the program strives to integrate physical and mental health care for high-risk, high-need populations.

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6. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Formulated and implemented appropriate treatment plans in collaboration with attending and consulting physicians for hospitalized patients in various acute care settings.
  • Formulated treatment plans based on diagnostic tests and provided recommendations about diabetes and lipid management to both patients and the endocrinologist.
  • Discussed and implemented fertility treatment plans, taught self medication injections, reviewed/ordered diagnostics, wrote prescriptions according to treatment protocol.
  • Developed diagnoses, formulated treatment plans, evaluated cardiovascular patient response, and educated patients regarding the cardiovascular disease process.
  • Collaborated with physician in establishing differential diagnoses and determining specific testing and proper treatment plans to determine final diagnosis.
  • Review and evaluate diagnoses and treatment plans within an integrated disability management program, for occupational and non-occupational injuries/illnesses.
  • Established and implemented oncology treatment plans for patients as delegated by the physician using Beacon Chemotherapy protocol orders.
  • Conducted histories and physical examinations for patients in an internal medicine and cardiology practice, formulating appropriate treatment plans
  • Implemented evidence-based treatment plans with prescription and OTC medication, therapies, nutrition guidelines and follow-up procedures.
  • Work with collaborating physicians in implementing use of standardized procedures and treatment plans for appropriate neurological disorders.
  • Design individual treatment plans based on evaluation of laboratory data and exam findings.
  • Provided appropriate treatment plans for established diagnosis and conditions to common emergent problems.
  • Consulted with supervising physician to determine treatment plans and made recommendations for procedures.
  • Worked closely with supervising physicians and nurse practitioner in creating comprehensive treatment plans.
  • Performed minor procedures and interpreted laboratory values to determine individualized treatment plans.
  • Establish treatment plans adhering to evidenced based practice and professional practice guidelines.
  • Present examination results to attending physician and jointly develop treatment plans accordingly.
  • Formulated individualized treatment plans, implemented care plans and evaluated client response.
  • Provided long-term treatment plans for culturally diverse patient population with endocrine-related disorders.
  • Communicate with physician concerning consultation, collaboration, and treatment plans.

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7. Physical Exams

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Here's how Physical Exams is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Run outpatient post-op clinic to include physical exams and referrals to cardiac rehabilitation, evaluation of post-surgical wounds and prescription writing.
  • Perform complete physical exams and obtain medical histories for hematology and medical oncology patients in both the outpatient and inpatient setting.
  • Treat physical, gynecological and mental conditions through comprehensive history taking, physical exams, and ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests.
  • Obtained medical history, performed physical exams, ordered and interpreted laboratory tests, and prescribed bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.
  • Performed initial patient screenings, histories, physical exams, determined differential diagnoses, medication management, and patient education.
  • Job responsibilities included history taking, performing physical exams, ordering and evaluating diagnostic tests, and prescribing medications.
  • Performed obstetrical and gynecological intakes, physical exams; ordered lab work, radiology assessments, medications as appropriate.
  • Performed physical exams, offered anticipatory guidance, determined and ordered immunizations and screenings as age appropriate.
  • Performed physical exams, reviewed medications, ordered appropriate laboratory tests, screenings, referral to specialists.
  • Performed focused physical exams; involved in clinical management as needed; telephone triage/home visits as needed.
  • Complete and thorough documentation including history and physical exams, interim summary, and discharge summary.
  • Provided comprehensive care for patients including yearly physical exams, episodic/acute care, and medical management.
  • Performed full physical exams, ordered, reviewed and interpreted laboratory data and other diagnostic tests.
  • Performed histories, physical exams and management of chronic medical conditions, including diabetes and hypertension.
  • Provided physical exams, acute care assessment and medication reconciliation for nursing facility discharge patients.
  • Ensured availability of patient history and performed physical exams to ensure patient safety during operation.
  • Coordinate and support physical exams, immunizations, occupational health and preventive medicine evaluations.
  • Performed complete physical exams of research participants and provided health education and consultation.
  • Conducted comprehensive physical exams, gynecological exams, oncology follow-ups and sick calls.
  • Conducted physical examinations, wrote admission orders, and performed monthly physical exams.

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8. Internal Medicine

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Here's how Internal Medicine is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Provided primary health care to a diverse patient population in an internal medicine and endocrinology private practice.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary team providing comprehensive patient care to internal medicine patients in a 300-bed hospital.
  • Facilitated busy internal medicine office with a diverse population in assessing and treating 20-25 patients daily.
  • Provided primary care to adult and geriatric patients in an internal medicine and preventive cardiovascular practice.
  • Worked autonomously within the nursing home in collaboration with three internal medicine physicians.
  • Managed care of internal medicine patients on telemetry floors under physician supervision.
  • Worked in collaboration with Internal Medicine physicians in management of patient care.
  • Diagnosed and treated internal medicine patients in an outpatient setting
  • Provided primary care/internal medicine services in skilled/long-term care facilities
  • Included general internal medicine and pulmonary medicine specialty.
  • Porter County Internal Medicine, collaborative practice
  • Position involves providing primary care in an internal medicine clinic setting to patients ranging from age seventeen to the very old.
  • Served as primary provider in busy adult internal medicine clinic, managing care for up to 30 patients per day.
  • Established own practice of patients in Internal Medicine for 27 years by providing primary care and women's health.
  • Nurse Practitioner in an internal medicine office treating patients from ages 18 and up for physicals and acute appointments.
  • Provided pulmonary, sleep medicine and internal medicine care to patients in the hospital setting utilizing EMS, EPIC.
  • Provided Internal Medicine services in Sub-Acute, Rehabilitation, and long-term care facilities with solo practitioner (M.D.)
  • Provide primary care in the department of internal medicine to men and women young adult to geriatric.
  • Provided care for post heart transplant patients after one year and beyond in an internal medicine capacity.
  • Supervised a staff of 20 and managed both Internal Medicine and Cardiology patients as outpatients and inpatients.

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9. Prescribe Medications

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Here's how Prescribe Medications is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Performed evaluation and observations of patients, perform case histories, conduct physical examinations, order laboratory tests and prescribe medications.
  • Conduct histories and physical examinations and prescribe medications and/or medical treatments based on best practice standards.
  • Order appropriate laboratory and radiology testing, prescribe medications and conduct appropriate follow up.
  • Perform comprehensive physical examinations of patients, prescribe medications and treatments.
  • Diagnose conditions, order diagnostics, and prescribe medications appropriately.
  • Order durable medical equipment and prescribe medications when indicated.
  • Treat, evaluate and prescribe medications/treatments as indicated.
  • Complete physical examinations and prescribe medications as needed.
  • Perform history and physicals, order and interpret tests, prescribe medications within the limitations of the state nurse practice act.
  • Evaluate and treat common family illnesses, perform diagnostic Testing, prescribe medications, provide age-appropriate patient Education.
  • Order necessary labs, diagnose, order tests, run CLIA in office testing, prescribe medications.
  • Well child examinations, immunizations, order tests and labs, prescribe medications when medically necessary.
  • Assess and manage symptoms, prescribe medications, conduct diagnostic testing, and treat non-surgical issues.
  • Manage methadone treatment, conduct physicals, make diagnosis, prescribe medications, wound care.
  • Assess patients, prescribe medications, order labs, radiology studies and referrals as needed.
  • Diagnose, treat, and prescribe medications for then various ailments they present with.
  • Review medications, prescribe medications according to treatment plan and did all medication refills.
  • Review labs; prescribe medications as well as diagnostic procedures based upon clinical data.
  • Order lab tests, referrals to specialist, and prescribe medications as needed.
  • Provided screenings, interventions, counseling, and prescribe medications as needed.

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10. Diagnostic Tests

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Here's how Diagnostic Tests is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Performed generalized systematic health history and physical examinations, interpreted H&P findings and selection of general diagnostic tests.
  • Order and interpret laboratory and other diagnostic tests in conjunction with supervising physician and prescribe therapies and follow-ups as required.
  • Examine or order laboratory or diagnostic tests for patients to provide information on general physical condition and mental disorder.
  • Analyze clinical data; order necessary diagnostic tests or procedures; develop, implement and evaluate therapeutic regimen.
  • Ordered laboratory and diagnostic tests to monitor client for possible adverse effects related to medication usage.
  • Perform physical examinations, functional/mental status evaluations, order and evaluate appropriate laboratory and diagnostic tests.
  • Interpreted diagnostic tests, formulated differential diagnoses, and referred to specialists as clinically indicated.
  • Managed chronic disease; ordered and interpreted diagnostic tests, prescribed and managed pharmaceutical interventions.
  • Perform complete physical examinations, including ordering, interpreting & evaluating diagnostic tests & examinations.
  • Evaluated patients by gathering history and physical assessments, and ordered necessary diagnostic tests.
  • Develop therapeutic care plans and provide treatments including prescribing medications and ordering diagnostic tests.
  • Order and Interpret Diagnostic tests*Research Health Histories and consolidate medical histories for Anesthesia personnel.
  • Formulate differential and presumptive diagnoses and order and interpret diagnostic tests as appropriate.
  • Performed comprehensive patient evaluations (history, physical examination and diagnostic tests).
  • Perform physical examinations, order and interpret diagnostic tests, provide counseling and education
  • Evaluated and Diagnosed patients by performing physical assessments and ordering appropriate diagnostic tests
  • Perform minor laboratory tests and diagnostic tests with review and interpretation.
  • Ordered diagnostic tests and administered medications to urgent and emergent patients.
  • Analyzed laboratory results and diagnostic tests; initiated appropriate therapies.
  • Formed differential diagnoses and ordered appropriate diagnostic tests.

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11. Urgent Care

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Here's how Urgent Care is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Provided coverage for physicians in a large Internal Medicine practice in various settings including urgent care clinic and Pulmonary/sleep disorders clinic.
  • Collaborate with urgent care physicians and other members of the interdisciplinary team along with referring patients for specialty consultation.
  • Develop Clinical Quality programs including Meaningful Use attestation and Clinical Protocols and standing orders for Urgent Care.
  • Maintained a collaboration with physicians at Duke Urgent Care and optimized resources using collaborative efforts.
  • Provided primary medical and urgent care both independently and in collaboration with Doctor Bernice Craze.
  • Demonstrated ability in providing primary and urgent care for both adult and geriatric population.
  • Provide outpatient ambulatory care/urgent care services at Florida Institute of Technology Student Health Center.
  • Retail based clinic treating various urgent care conditions under written protocol with supervising physician
  • Participated in management of urgent care/primary care population with a variety of illness.
  • Provided well and urgent care to university affiliated adolescent and adult patients
  • Provided urgent care evaluations in walk-in clinic including primary care problems.
  • Provided episodic/urgent care and manage chronic illness and mental health conditions.
  • Assisted with urgent care procedures including suturing and fracture immobilization.
  • Established a fast-track/urgent care component to the emergency department.
  • Provide urgent care services in a high-intensity environment.
  • Nurse Practitioner-Urgent CareDowntown Urgent Care Setting.
  • Single provider in emergency room/urgent care setting
  • Completed an internship in pediatric urgent care
  • Practice occupational medicine, Primary care, Urgent care services for the Toyota Plant in Lexington which consists of 8000 employees.
  • Practiced autonomously in the management of urgent care patients, and with physician collaboration when providing care to advanced acuity patients.

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12. Diabetes

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Here's how Diabetes is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Initiated innovative wellness program for primary and secondary prevention of diabetes and obesity.
  • Provided diagnostic screenings of common family illnesses including diabetes and endocrine related issues.
  • Provided cutting edge diabetes care, exclusively treating complex diabetic patients with complications.
  • Nurse Practitioner in endocrinology, diabetes education and insulin pump training and management.
  • Developed specialty in management of diabetes and obesity management in the practice.
  • Provided intensive diabetes education and medication management for patients in the practice.
  • Managed gestational diabetes, pregnancy induced hypertension, and low-risk pregnancies.
  • Provide patient education in related areas, including extensive diabetes education.
  • Nurse Practitioner /Diabetes Educator in busy teaching hospital clinic.
  • Coordinate weekly Educational workshops on Diabetes Self management.
  • Provided advanced lipid and diabetes counseling and education.
  • Facilitated grocery store tours focusing on diabetes patients.
  • Provided education related to diabetes to medical professionals.
  • Attained certification as a Certified Diabetes Educator.
  • Provide Diabetes Education to inpatient population.
  • Achieve certification as a diabetes educator.
  • Developed client diabetes education booklet.
  • Offer routine lab tests, instant results and education for those with diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure.
  • Diagnosed and treated patients with common problems, such as hypertension, diabetes, respiratory illnesses, according to protocol.
  • Provided specialized care of patients with chronic wounds often caused by co morbid conditions such as diabetes and vascular disease.

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13. Pain Management

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Here's how Pain Management is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Performed patient examinations with in-depth medical history review, primarily focusing on chronic health issues and pain management.
  • Provision of staff education including pain management workshops, new staff orientation and general education regarding pain management.
  • Perform patient pain management care to include initial consultations and follow-up visits in inpatient and outpatient settings.
  • Nurse Practitioner providing orthopedic and pain management services with focus on alternative treatments in pain management.
  • Referred patients to board-certified pain management physicians for consultation and to specialized health resources for treatment.
  • Coordinate care with collaborating physician, inpatient providers, physical therapists, and pain management providers.
  • Ensured coordination of pain management for chronic and acute pain or post-operative pain management problems.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to develop protocols which include specific pain management treatments.
  • Developed and manage a Pain Management Program with an integrated medicine approach.
  • Provide medical pain management services to an adult and geriatric patient population.
  • Perform initial, routine and follow-up exams in internal medicine/pain management office.
  • Diagnosed, evaluated and treated conditions related to orthopedics and pain management.
  • Monitor effectiveness of pain management interventions such as medication and spinal injections.
  • Manage post-operative complications including infections, wound care and pain management.
  • Provided rehabilitation medicine, medication and pain management services to Veterans.
  • Conduct acute and chronic pain management consultations on the inpatient population.
  • Nurse practitioner in a two-office private practice specializing in pain management.
  • Pain management provider delivering specialized care to individuals with chronic pain.
  • Provided recommendations for comfort care including wound and pain management.
  • Provide comprehensive primary care with a sub-specialty in pain management.

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14. Medical Management

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Here's how Medical Management is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Credentialed to provide direct medical management of patients in the emergency department under the supervision of the attending collaborative physician.
  • Interpret laboratory data, order additional laboratory investigations when indicated and ensure appropriate follow-up when assigned to medical management services.
  • Provided medical management, education, and counseling to complex hospitalized patients experiencing a broad spectrum of infectious diseases.
  • Assessed, diagnosed, treated, evaluated and interpreted laboratory data for medical management and provided continuity of care.
  • Provide direct medical management for adult and pediatric patients within the emergency department with the collaborating physician.
  • Visit a variety of skilled nursing facility & provide medical management to skilled and custodial nursing patients
  • Provide medical management to patients admitted from the hospital to very busy short-term rehabilitation center.
  • Prevented acute care admissions, when possible, through careful medical management, collaboration and foresight
  • Provide in-patient clinical care encompassing both long-term acute care and skilled care medical management.
  • Provided patient primary care and medical management to military veterans age 18-96.
  • Diagnose health conditions, Provide medical management utilizing evidenced based guidelines.
  • Initial psychiatric evaluations and medical management at a private psychiatric clinic.
  • Initial psychiatric evaluations and medical management at local community support company.
  • Share responsibilities with resident physicians of inpatient's medical management.
  • Experience in home care medical management and psychiatric management.
  • Lead medical management of patients within interdisciplinary health clinic.
  • Provide medical management of patients at two office locations
  • Provided medical management of chronic mentally ill patients.
  • Provided patient primary care and patient medical management.
  • Plan, organize, and oversee daily clinical and medical management of patients on 10-bed hospice care unit.

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15. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Provided primary medical care to children and adolescents receiving inpatient psychiatric care and performed admission history and physicals for hospital admissions.
  • Demonstrated competence and independence in providing inpatient and outpatient medical care in a large internal medicine practice in rural Michigan.
  • Committed to delivering quality and accessible medical care and promoting patient safety adhering to evidence-based and quality assurance standards.
  • Provided primary medical care in a correctional setting utilizing standardized procedures and clinical consultation with physician partner as appropriate.
  • Consulted multidisciplinary medical providers as needed to assist with decision making process when determining medical care for patients.
  • Provided continuous patient/family education to ensure understanding and adherence to the medical care plan and its options.
  • Provided acute inpatient medical care to a diverse adult population in collaboration with three Internal Medicine physicians.
  • Promote the quality and cost effectiveness of medical care by applying clinical expertise and standardized performance measure.
  • Provided medical admission assessments and ongoing array of medical care to inpatients who are admitted for psychiatric disorders
  • Worked independently to deliver comprehensive medical care to adult and pediatric patients in a retail clinic setting
  • Provided general medical care and treatment to hematology and oncology patients in an outpatient clinic setting.
  • Delivered a high standard of medical care to a family medical practice and increased patient visit satisfaction
  • Focus medical care management of chronic population, collaboration with palliative and hospice care providers.
  • Provided medical care to designated caseload of patients based on complexity of medical care required.
  • Collaborated with an Internal Medicine Physician managing complex medical care in a busy outpatient setting.
  • Provided general medical care and treatment to patients in medical facility under physician direction.
  • Provide ambulatory pediatric medical care in accordance with accepted practice protocols and AAP standards.
  • Provide medical care for sub-acute patients, postoperative and rehabilitative patients, in collaboration
  • Communicate medical care plan to patients, interdisciplinary team and surrogate decision makers.
  • Supervised medical care for 29 bed medical/surgical floor, primarily surgical patients.

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16. Family Practice

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Here's how Family Practice is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Worked as coach/ mentor to family practice and internal medicine physicians to improve identification and treatment of patients with depressive disorders.
  • Provided wellness care, acute and emergency treatments for resident military population and dependents at family practice and pediatric clinics.
  • Collaborated with family practice physicians to provide primary care for over 600 adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Work autonomously in a busy family practice clinic, providing cost-effective services and preventative care.
  • General medical care protocols and consultation in collaboration with Family Practice or Internal Medicine physicians.
  • Worked with medical director in educating family practice residents in care of the geriatric population
  • Work as a nurse practitioner in an addiction medicine/mental health/family practice outpatient clinic.
  • Provide Behavioral Health assessment and management in an integrated care Family Practice setting.
  • Worked independently and affiliated with Internal Medicine and Family Practice physicians.
  • Position included working in both cardiology and family practice offices.
  • Functioned as Family Nurse Practitioner in Family Practice clinic setting.
  • Nurse practitioner in a fast-paced multiple physician family practice office.
  • Provide Primary Health care to general family practice population.
  • Volunteer nurse practitioner for family practice - indigent clinic
  • Collaborate with a multitude of family practice physicians
  • Nurse Practitioner for busy established family practice.
  • Nurse Practitioner in a family practice outpatient clinic
  • Assess * Diagnose Evaluate/Treat Family Practice
  • Provide comprehensive primary health care in a family practice that was a federally funded clinic in the rural setting of Appalachia.
  • Worked in a various setting such as urgent care, family practice, pediatric clinic, occupational health and nursing homes.

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17. Health Promotion

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Here's how Health Promotion is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Delivered patient-centered education, focusing on health promotion and disease prevention as well as disease management and proper medication usage.
  • Provide well-child care including immunizations, anticipatory guidance, and health promotion education to the pediatric population and their families.
  • Develop strategies to deliver health promotion programs to youth including presentation of relevant harm reduction strategies to vulnerable youth population.
  • Provided patient education on health promotion, lifestyle modifications, nutrition, diet, exercise medication maintenance and management.
  • Delivered patient education on various topics ranging from disease prevention and health promotion to proper medication usage and nutrition.
  • Provided anticipatory guidance on current medical issues along with emphasis on health promotion, disease prevention and recovery.
  • Frequent utilization of community services to facilitate health promotion, quality of life and patient safety.
  • Provided patient education on disease prevention, health promotion and proper medication usage and nutrition.
  • Educated patients on health promotion and disease prevention and provided age appropriate safety recommendations.
  • Well child and adult examinations including health promotion and primary and secondary prevention interventions.
  • Devised educational materials focused on health promotion and disease prevention for specific populations.
  • Unit-based education in child/adolescent psychiatry, health promotion and crisis prevention and intervention.
  • Provide appropriate health promotion and disease prevention educations for individuals and families.
  • Participated in implementing quality improvement, health promotion and attended departmental meetings.
  • Provided health promotion including smoke cessation and intimate partner violence awareness.
  • Performed physical examinations and health promotion activities for medical center employees.
  • Counseled families on health promotion disease prevention and anticipatory guidance.
  • Provide age appropriate health promotion and disease prevention education.
  • Provide individualized health promotional education and follow up care.
  • Encouraged health promotion and disease prevention to geriatric population.

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18. EMR

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Here's how EMR is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Participated in Pilot study implementing changes in EMR template thereby improving documentation of accurate diagnosis by 12%
  • Assumed lead responsibilities for EMR adoption and Medical Home designation endeavors.
  • Experience with EMR Join Commission representative for Minute clinics re-accreditation.
  • Recommended EMR quality improvement initiative that has since been implemented.
  • Experienced in EMR and Medicare reimbursement documentation
  • Submitted accurate documentation in EMR.
  • Worked with electronic medical records (EMR), (it was not completely up and running during my employment.)
  • Use of computer, software programs (EMR), printer, scanner, and credit/debit card equipment on daily.
  • Work full-time in Pediatric clinic, diagnose and treat newborn to adolescent illness and well child needs using AHLTA EMR.
  • Documented visit completely and accurately via EMR at the time of the visit for medical record and billing purposes.
  • Document daily progress notes, procedure notes, discharge instructions, consults and History and Physicals in EMR.
  • Identify potential issues within EMR reporting structure related to needed changes related to performance and quality data collection.
  • Worked with Blue Cross/Blue Shield, contacted clients, scheduled appointments, submission of appropriate documentation via EMR.
  • Created templates and conduct training for EMR and created clinical forms and patient educational posters and brochures.
  • Created new Ambulatory EMR order form for low dose CT Lung screening for CHS system wide utilization.
  • Utilize EMR efficiently, billing and coding correctly for services provided, with appropriate ICD 10 codes.
  • Involved in this specialty practice during transition from paper chart process to EMR interface using MedSynergies systems.
  • Trained to scan medical documents into EMR, can Label and save patient information in EMR system.
  • Document care in the EMR, as well as ordering and prescribing treatments, and medications.
  • Delegated as a super-user for the EMR and assist in training new staff on the EMR.

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19. Medical Conditions

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Here's how Medical Conditions is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Provide medical supervision and expert therapeutic lifestyle counseling to patients seeking weight loss and alleviation of medical conditions related to obesity.
  • Developed charting and documentation skills, identifying diagnoses used in care management and formulating plans for current and past medical conditions.
  • Provided psychological and pharmacological management of psychiatric problems that are caused by and/or complicated by the presence of chronic medical conditions.
  • Obtain and record patient health histories; perform focused physical examinations for evaluation and management of acute medical conditions.
  • Monitor for any medical conditions, order labs and/or medications as needed, and provided medication education.
  • Managed chronic medical conditions, acute illness and promoted disease prevention according to nationally recognized guidelines.
  • Managed medical illnesses including diabetes, hypertension, thyroid conditions and asthma and other medical conditions.
  • Conducted patient assessments, identifying areas of needed interventions and screening for previously unidentified medical conditions.
  • Diagnose and treat many common acute medical conditions and chronic illnesses related to obstetrics and gynecology.
  • Obtained medical histories, performed physical assessments, and educated patients about their medical conditions.
  • Educated patients' and their families on their medical conditions and directed/ordered referrals if necessary.
  • Assessed patients with multiple medical conditions and developed and implemented individual treatment plans.
  • Performed initial medical reviews, assessed patients and treated numerous medical conditions.
  • Provided rehabilitation consultations for a variety of patients with different medical conditions.
  • Provided in-home patient education regarding management of chronic medical conditions and medications.
  • Provide education and recommendations to clients about their chronic medical conditions.
  • Prescribed effective treatments and medication for acute and chronic medical conditions.
  • Performed in-home physical assessments of patients with chronic medical conditions.
  • Provided patient referrals in instances of non-occupational medical conditions.
  • Recommended referral services for surgical and chronic medical conditions.

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20. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Provided timely assessment and intervention of urgent situations including EKG interpretation and transferring patients to an emergency room when clinically appropriate.
  • Utilized advanced skills ranging from EKG interpretation through heart block identification.
  • Perform skills such as blood draws, vaccine administration, pulmonary function testing, EKG's, and mask fit testing.
  • Evaluate EKG's, ECHO, radiology reports, lab results & medications to optimize patient's health prior to surgery.
  • Interpret scientific studies, such as lab work and EKG interpretations, based on knowledge of basic research principles.
  • Interpret and evaluate diagnostic test, lab results and EKG and provide appropriate follow ups and referrals.
  • Order and interpret lab work, EKG and CXR to assist in surgical risk stratification.
  • Review EKG, lab results and other screening and diagnostic tests and treat patients appropriate.
  • Review of lab and x-rays, EKG, suturing, splinting and additional procedures.
  • Identified patients at risk for heart arrhythmia and requested EKG's from those patients.
  • Evaluate lab results, interpret EKG s and assess vital signs of clinical subjects.
  • Perform and interpret different cardiac diagnostic tests such as EKG, exercise stress test.
  • Review and discuss laboratory, EKG, and imaging studies results with patients.
  • Order and interpret diagnostic data including labs, EKG's, and imaging.
  • Conduct comprehensive client assessments including H&P, EKG, and Lads.
  • Ordered diagnostics such as x-ray, EKG, ultrasound and vascular studies.
  • Blood sampling, Channeling Veins, EKG, Serving Medication etc.
  • Administered EKG tests when Medical Assistant was not available.
  • Interpreted EKG's, determining appropriate course of action.
  • Ordered and interpreted 12-lead EKG and lab tests.

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21. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Prescribed age-specific physical therapy and rehabilitation.
  • Collaborated with specialists such as orthopedics, neurology, physical therapy & occupational therapy to coordinate employees treatment plan.
  • Prescribed medications, treatments, physical therapy, inhalation treatments, and therapeutic procedures as indicated.
  • Collaborate with various other interdisciplinary teams such as case management, dietary, physical therapy.
  • Recommended drugs or treatment such as physical therapy, inhalation therapy and related therapeutic procedures.
  • Perform medical consults and ordering consults for physical therapy, nutritional evaluation and respiratory therapy.
  • Ordered physical therapy, occupational therapy, respiratory therapy, radiology examinations and nursing services.
  • Pain interventions to include joint/facet injections and physical therapy.
  • Coordinated physical therapy and related therapeutic procedures.
  • Prescribed physical therapy and other rehabilitation treatments.
  • Initiate and monitor physical therapy.
  • Initiated referrals to other health care providers such as medical oncology, radiation oncology, physical therapy, home care services.
  • Decide on treatment plans that may consist of diet, exercise, medications, referrals, and physical therapy.
  • Coordinated the utilization of other professions as needed such as physical therapy, home health and hospice care.
  • Ordered labs, images, physical therapy, medications along with joint injections or trigger point injections.
  • Refer employees to specialists such as orthopedics, podiatry, neurology & physical therapy when indicated.
  • Supported other disciplines in practice such as physical therapy, speech therapy, and audiology.
  • Create functional restoration regimens that include physical therapy, psychotherapy, TENS, and acupuncture.
  • Prescribed appropriate medical care, medication, speech, occupational, and physical therapy.
  • Referred patients to physical therapy and specialist (such as orthopedics) when needed.

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22. Disease Prevention

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Here's how Disease Prevention is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Performed many well women exams and physical examinations with an emphasis on disease prevention and maintaining wellness.
  • Focus on wellness and disease prevention including promotion of healthy lifestyles and management of cardiovascular risk factors.
  • Examined patients for risk management and cardiovascular disease prevention.
  • Counseled parents on importance of vaccination and disease prevention.
  • Implement strategies for primary and secondary disease prevention.
  • Provide counseling regarding health/wellness and disease prevention/management.
  • Provide medical counseling for disease prevention.
  • Manage new patients, disease prevention/management, sick visits, well-woman exams, physicals, wound care management, minor procedures.
  • Develop and implement health and safety programs, disease prevention programs such as smoking cessation, exercise and healthy eating.
  • Educated individuals in the nature of health related conditions and in the general promotion of health related disease prevention.
  • Promote disease prevention which includes smoking cessation, exercise and healthy eating programs, diabetic and cholesterol screening.
  • Provide primary prevention in the forms of vaccines and disease prevention throughout the life span.
  • Completed patient & staff education re: disease prevention, illness management and immunizations.
  • Advised and educated patients regarding diet, hygiene and effective disease prevention methods.
  • Counseled patients about health and wellness, nutrition, lifestyle and disease prevention.
  • Assist in early detection of diseases, and disease prevention through patient education.
  • Promoted lifestyle management, disease prevention, stress reduction and healthy eating habits.
  • Advise patients concerning diet, activity, hygiene, and disease prevention.
  • Provide patient education regarding disease process, disease prevention and treatment.
  • Counseled patients on various methods of birth control and disease prevention.

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23. STD

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Here's how STD is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Obtained medical histories, assessed teen to adult female/male patients and performed comprehensive physical examinations and STD screenings.
  • Provide gynecological examinations, contraceptive counseling and dispensing, STD screening and treatment, pregnancy detection and referral.
  • Administered hormone replacement therapy, oversaw STD treatment, conducted ultrasounds and dispensed & inserted contraception.
  • Provision of health services including family planning, contraceptive education/management, assessment and treatment of STD.
  • Provided contraception counseling & contraception management, STD testing.
  • Task involve primary care role in treatment of chronic/acute medical condition, performing prevention with routine pap smear and STD screening.
  • Reviewed labs, reported STD's to the Department of Public Health, oversaw STD treatment, and dispensed birth control.
  • Managed and dispensed medication under the Title One program for OCP prevention of pregnancy and STD management and prevention program.
  • Provide patient assessment, diagnosis, and prescribe plans of care in a Women's Health setting and STD setting.
  • Perform annual exams, family planning, STD prevention/treatment, & diagnosis/treatment of various medical as well as psychological illnesses.
  • Selected appropriate treatments and facilitated appropriate follow-up, including referrals for abnormal paps, mammograms, and STD results.
  • Conduct patient/family education and overall medical management of patients in the county Health Department infectious disease, HIV/TB/STD clinics.
  • Performed minor surgeries and procedures: abscess incision and drainage, closure of skin wounds, and STD testing.
  • Provided basic gynecological care focusing on family planning, STD diagnosis and treatment for a diverse, high-risk population.
  • Performed history, physicals, Pap Screens and STD testing, managed birth control on a mainly female population.
  • Managed the clinical aspects of two Title X funded Family Planning and STD/HIV testing and prevention sites.
  • Contract care for local public health department's family planning, maternity, and STD clinics.
  • Direct patient contact, Family Planning and STD clinics, Breast and cervical Screening Program
  • Conduct STD, Family Planning, and Maternity Clinics in several Parish Health Units.
  • Administered hormone replacement therapy, oversaw STD treatment, and dispensed birth control.

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24. GYN

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Here's how GYN is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Collaborated with Obstetrician/Gynecologist when necessary.
  • Provided sexual and reproductive care including contraceptive management, gynecological wellness exams, screening and management of sexually transmitted infections.
  • Provided High-Risk and routine obstetrical and gynecological patient care to a diverse cultural patient population in an outpatient setting.
  • Provided comprehensive obstetric and gynecological care alongside an additional women's health nurse practitioner and seasoned medical doctor.
  • Implemented preventative health management schemes and conducted complete annual and episodic gynecologic care in collaboration with five physicians.
  • Provided primary care to Obstetrical and Gynecological Patients from puberty to menopause in a Military Health Care Setting.
  • Collaborate with other medical to provide appropriate care to gynecologic patients in a federally funded health center.
  • Provided routine gynecological and obstetrical care to increased risk patients in a high volume private physician practice.
  • Provided testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, urinary tract infections and other common gynecological problems.
  • Provided comprehensive gynecologic and family planning care to a variety of patients in an outpatient clinic setting.
  • Provided primary ambulatory health care to obstetrical and gynecological patients in a community hospital setting.
  • Worked with multiple provider practice providing gynecological and obstetrical care to new and returning patients.
  • Participated in the evaluation, management and follow up of various gynecological conditions.
  • Provide medical services to obstetric & gynecologic patients to include management and treatment.
  • Provided gynecological and reproductive care in children and young adults with gynecological abnormalities
  • Evaluate and intervene in a variety of complex gynecologic and obstetrical concerns.
  • Provided ambulatory health care to adolescent gynecological patients in a clinical setting.
  • Provided Obstetrics and Gynecologic care for inmates at a county correctional facility.
  • Evaluated and diagnosed patients with gynecological problems and performed annual physicals.
  • Provide evidence based gynecologic services to a diverse population of patients.

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25. Health Maintenance

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Here's how Health Maintenance is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Developed education and health maintenance adjuncts and office documentation standards for IBD patient population.
  • Provided ambulatory obstetric and gynecologic care in a 40,000+ patient enrollment Health Maintenance Organization.
  • Provide client education fostering health maintenance and necessary ongoing medical management of chronic conditions
  • Delivered age appropriate anticipatory guidance and health maintenance to students and parents.
  • Provided health maintenance exams, occupational health examinations and DOT physicals.
  • Provided extensive family planning and health maintenance education and resources.
  • Provided health maintenance and preventive including age appropriate immunizations.
  • Performed physical assessments and health maintenance activities.
  • Provided health maintenance and wellness education.
  • Provide patient education related to late effects of cancer treatment, follow up care and general health maintenance to promote wellness.
  • Educate about health maintenance, long-term wellness, immunization benefits, sports safety and risk management in fast-paced environment.
  • Provide health maintenance, simple episodic care, sports physicals, and annual physicals to students and their families.
  • Provided on site care to employees to prevent loss of work time and aid health maintenance and injury prevention.
  • Educate patients and their caregivers regarding their diagnosis, prognosis, nutrition, oral hygiene and health maintenance.
  • Provide primary care screening, acute care, and health maintenance services on walk-ins and appointment basis.
  • Provided full-spectrum women's health care to include family planning, health maintenance, and counseling.
  • Perform comprehensive annual physical examinations of patients enrolled in the Health Maintenance Organization - Health Springs.
  • Provide health teaching and supportive counseling with an emphasis on prevention of illness and health maintenance.
  • Provided women's health care to women of all ages for health maintenance and illness treatment
  • Educate patients on health maintenance and management of both acute and chronic health problems.

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26. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Collaborated with multiple partners to develop Global Oncology partnership through coordinating monthly meetings and an international symposium on global oncology research.
  • Facilitate basic and advance practice nursing students, medical residents learning experience of this population through lecture and clinical performance.
  • Sound, ethical and independent decision-making ability consistent with medical protocols under the supervision of physicians and practicing CRNP's.
  • Collaborated frequently with preceptor use of current procedural terminology codes and international classification of disease 9th clinical modification codes.
  • Provide comprehensive, collaborated management in very busy Internal Medicine department with patients who are acutely and chronically ill.
  • Obtained history, provided physical examinations, prenatal assessments, and managed comprehensive care of low risk maternity patients.
  • Worked alongside Special Forces soldiers providing medical support to indigenous persons in an austere environment throughout Northern Iraq.
  • Counseled and Educated patients on any medical concerns and conditions, medication usage and preventative/self care measures.
  • Utilize an integrated approach with non-narcotic medications, behavioral therapies and alternative medicines to effectively manage pain.
  • Facilitated internship and residency programs within the ICU setting for Acute Care Certification and Practice initiatives.
  • Educated patients on therapeutic lifestyle changes and complementary and alternative therapies such as acupuncture and massage.
  • Consult with pediatric primary care providers regarding appropriate management and follow-up based on results of newborn screening
  • Presented case reviews to professors/fellow interns regarding treatments used to address diagnosis of individuals counseled.
  • Participated in peer-review sessions to ensure continuity of care across all internal levels.
  • Manage pharmacology, injections, surgical intervention, and complementary/alternative rehabilitation activities.
  • Ensured proper protective equipment was worn or used and maintained universal precautions.
  • Managed California Fire Department Fit For Duty program and Resident Immunization Program.
  • Presented poster at international oncology nursing conference in Oslo, Norway.
  • Nurse Practitioner Furnishing Number: State of California Board of Registered Nursing
  • Consult with various pediatric specialists to assess additional patient concerns.

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27. Diagnostic Studies

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Here's how Diagnostic Studies is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Obtained medical history; provided patient education; ordered and interpreted laboratory tests diagnostic studies, physical or occupational therapy.
  • Performed and evaluated diagnostic studies as indicated upon evaluation of the patient, according to written standardized procedures.
  • Order pertinent diagnostic studies including radiology and laboratory studies, interpret results and perform appropriate interventions.
  • Order and interpret laboratory and diagnostic studies, and prescribing appropriate antibiotic therapy.
  • Determine appropriate imaging and laboratory exams Order and evaluate diagnostic studies.
  • Performed examinations, prescribed medications, ordered and interpreted diagnostic studies.
  • Perform physical examination, order and interpret diagnostic studies.
  • Order and interpret routine laboratory and diagnostic studies/procedures.
  • Interpreted and evaluated clinical data and diagnostic studies.
  • Complete triage and review of systems and physical exam on patients who require sedation for diagnostic studies and procedures.
  • Order, perform and interpret diagnostic studies (laboratory tests, x-rays, microscopy), refer as indicated.
  • Review and organize patient information such as results of laboratory/diagnostic studies, schedule of follow-up appointments and tests.
  • Record and interpret pertinent data, such as laboratory tests, diagnostic studies, progress notes, etc.
  • Assess the individual's health status through health histories, physical examinations, interviews and diagnostic studies.
  • Order and interpret diagnostic studies and amend plan of care for treatment of chronic and acute illnesses.
  • Assessed the health status of workers through health history, physical exam, and diagnostic studies.
  • Secure a complete health history, and perform physical examination, order and interpret diagnostic studies.
  • Take history, order lab test and diagnostic studies appropriate to providing thorough evaluation and treatment.
  • Ordered and interpreted appropriate diagnostic studies and development of treatment plan in coordination with the surgeon.
  • Order lab work, diagnostic studies, interpret results, prescribe medication, and treatment plan.

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28. Weight Loss

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Here's how Weight Loss is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Manage medical weight loss patients including prescriptive therapy for appetite suppressants and medical monitoring in collaboration with nutritionist management.
  • Supervised weight loss clinic that included dietary counseling, weekly follow up and prescription medications as necessary
  • Provide initial consultation and determination of weight loss need and appropriate program for individual person.
  • Encourage behavior modification and nutritional education to facilitate healthy weight loss and long-term wellness.
  • Provided testosterone hormone replacement therapy, medical weight loss management and nutritional counseling.
  • Monitored patient medication tolerance and weight loss progress.
  • Organized and independently managed weight loss program.
  • Provided extensive expert patient education in easy-to-understand terms in order to promote healthy nutrition and lifestyle choices leading to weight loss.
  • Communicate with Primary Care Providers on an individual patient basis as needed for ongoing support and progress in weight loss program.
  • Conduct H/P's, review laboratory results, counsel and prescribe as it relates to weight loss and overall well being
  • Manage obesity medicine program and provide direct patient care to all the medical weight loss patients within the program.
  • Train medical assistants and PRN Nurse Practitioners on protocols, weight loss support, nutritional education, and injections.
  • Served as a weight loss champion, educating patients on the MinuteClinic's weight loss program using the D.A.S.H.
  • Assessed how well conditions were controlled and prescribed programs for effective weight loss, some of which included medication.
  • Assess, diagnose, manage and treat acute and chronic health care conditions including occupational health and weight loss
  • Provide weekly follow-up visits with weight loss patients and prescribe appropriate medications to ensure success of diet plan.
  • Spearheaded research project to develop weight loss products; collected and analyzed data for future weight loss products.
  • Frequent assessment and screenings helped to prevent things such as weight loss, wounds, and falls.
  • Perform new patient evaluations and complete history and physical examinations on all patients entering weight loss program.
  • Initial and ongoing evaluation of client weight loss goals, medication, nutrition and exercise counseling.

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29. Health Education

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Here's how Health Education is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Engaged members in health education, promotion and prevention activities to decrease hospital admission and encourage PCP utilization.
  • Provide comprehensive high quality primary care with individual health education, health promotion and disease prevention services.
  • Provide health education and counseling including family planning, positive health behavior modification and self-care skills.
  • Created and implemented a health education program for residents in satellite detention units outside main facility.
  • Provide health education and management of chronic disease to reduce related hospitalization rates.
  • Diagnose and provide health education and prescriptive coverage and administer appropriate medication.
  • Evaluated health education and promotion needs of patients and provided necessary instruction.
  • Collaborated with patients to develop personalized treatment plans and provide health education.
  • Performed sports physicals Screened for congenital heart defects Provided age appropriate health education
  • Perform in-home physical assessments and provide health education to Medicare Advantage members
  • Coordinated health education and programming efforts with campus and community leaders.
  • Provided health education and prevention for insured and non-insured patients.
  • Refilled medications and provided health education to patients and families.
  • Provided health education for area schools and community organizations.
  • Provided health education about lifestyle modification and medication management.
  • Provided necessary health education and prevention education for patients.
  • Delivered appropriate patient health education and disease prevention.
  • Offered health education including water filtration.
  • Provide health education and preventative services.
  • Served as one of 3 Nurse Practitioners performing physical assessments and preventive health education for clients enrolled in this program.

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30. IUD

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Here's how IUD is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Counseled non-pregnant women on procreative and pregnancy prevention methods and performed IUD insertions.
  • Performed and interpreted non-stress tests, offered genetic screening, interpreted first look screening, observed/performed IUD insertions.
  • Performed minor surgeries and office procedures, including Norplant insertion and removal, IUD insertion and removal.
  • Experience with steroid injections, I&D procedures, IUD placement, and mole removal.
  • Provided well woman examination including Pap smear, IUD removal, and birth control consultation.
  • Trained in IUD placement and removal, as well as other methods of family planning.
  • Experience in various contraception care and management, including IUD and implant insertion and removal.
  • Provide GYN, prenatal, contraception management, STD testing, IUD insertion for women.
  • Offered birth control, IUD insertion, and hormone replacement therapy.
  • Created guidelines for residents wanting training in IUD placement.
  • Handled IUD insertions and removals.
  • Provided family planning counseling to women including oral contraceptives, removal of IUDs, and insertion/removal of NuvaRing devices.
  • Treat and help manage a multitiude of oncology and hematology patients under physician supervision.
  • Trained in Nexplanon implant placement/removal and IUD placement.
  • Provide complete reproductive health services for men and women including contraceptive management: IUDs, Implants, Diaphragms, oral contraceptives.
  • Perform in-office procedures such as endometrial biopsies, IUD insertions, I&D of wounds, and intrauterine insemination.
  • Perform minor surgical procedures; laceration repair, excisions, joints injections, punch biopsies, IUD removals, etc.
  • Offer birth control, IUD insertion/removal, Nexplanon insertion/removal, hormone replacement therapy, and some alternative therapies.
  • Provide reproductive health care to women and men Perform insertion and removal of contraceptive IUD's and implants
  • Perform in office procedures including IUD removal, lesion biopsy/excision, simple suturing, splint placement and cryotherapy

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31. ICU

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Here's how ICU is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Assisted in the device clinic interrogating and managing pacemakers, defibrillators, and bi-ventricular devices.
  • Conduct postoperative assessments and oversee treatment of cardiac surgery patients in CICU/Telemetry.
  • Provide education and counseling particularly for diabetic patient population within the practice.
  • Provided inpatient cardiac clearance consultations, ICU and emergency room consultations.
  • Developed advanced EEG continuous monitoring program for ICU bedside monitoring.
  • Perform bedside procedures like external ventricular drain placement.
  • Performed well visits and acute Care 90 hours Dr. Suarez- Practicum Advanced assessment skills and decision-making process For internal medicine group.
  • Job Description: Responsible for critical care management of Level 1 trauma ICU patients at a busy Level 1 Trauma Center.
  • Respond to WORK: all Rapid Response Team calls, perform admissions, transfers, and consults for the ICU/floors.
  • Assist with difficult patient dispositions along with Case Management and Social Workers and actively work on discharging those populations.
  • Served with the 86th Combat Surgical Hospital (CSH) as both an ICU nurse and a Nurse Practitioner.
  • Nurse Practitioner, HH-CTICU COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY -College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, New York Department of Anesthesiology
  • Assess, diagnose, plan, implement and evaluate potential health problems in the critically ill, ICU patient.
  • Perform all duties and assume all responsibilities required of a Primary Care Provider in the state of Connecticut.
  • Evaluate, admit and transfer clients to the ICU for further management from the floor and Emergency Department.
  • Conducted weekly meeting with nursing staff to review difficult cases and any patient who returned to the hospital.
  • Supervised undergraduate nursing students in their pediatric rotations, through the NICU, PICU and pediatric ER units.
  • Assess and manage patients with advanced heart failure requiring ventricular assist devices, both inpatient and outpatient management.
  • Provide inpatient and outpatient nursing care and education to candidates for and recipients of ventricular assist devices.
  • Admit and provide care to new patients on medical floors, telemetry, ICU and observation units.

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32. PAP Smears

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Here's how PAP Smears is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Perform annual physical examinations including pap smears and clinical breast exams.
  • Provided gynecological services which included Pap smears and contraceptive management.
  • Provision of primary care including pap smears, contraceptive management and acute illness to women including prenatal and postpartum patients.
  • Provide preventative care services including pap smears, breast exams, well child exams, vaccination education and skin assessments.
  • Provide care related to women's health, including sexual health, pap smears, prenatal, and postpartum care.
  • Documented the delivery of care, conducted patient interviews, history, medical problems, performed pap smears.
  • Performed biopsies, pap smears, oversees chemotherapy administration, and sees follow up visits of these patients.
  • Performed patient histories, assessments and examinations including pelvic exams, pap smears, and prostate exams.
  • Perform pap smears, prostate and rectal exams, wound care, suture/staple removal, ear lavage.
  • Care for ambulatory adults requesting family planning services, pap smears, breast exams and male exams.
  • Perform physical examinations, PAP smears, female pelvic exams, work-ups, and treatments.
  • Provided preventative care including immunizations, vision and hearing screening, pap smears and contraception.
  • Provided women's health screening, pap smears, birth control, and breast exams.
  • Perform annual exams including pap smears and clinical breast exams for women throughout all ages.
  • Assisted with in office procedures, well woman exams including self-breast exams and pap smears.
  • Provided follow-up care and referral for clients with abnormal pap smears, cultures, etc.
  • Performed women's yearly physicals that included pap smears, pelvic and breast exams.
  • Provide family planning counseling, women's health exams including CBE and pap smears.
  • Demonstrated head to toe assessments, PAP smears, casting, and cortisone injections.
  • Perform women health examination including but not limited to pelvic exams and pap smears.

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33. Copd

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Here's how Copd is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Provided outpatient and inpatient care for patients with pulmonary diseases in collaboration with 5 physicians and 2 COPD nurse care managers.
  • Developed Chronic Disease Management Programs for DM, COPD, ESRD, Coagulation Clinic, CHF, HTN, Smoking Cessation.
  • Manage a COPD/PNA transitions clinic to help patients that were unable follow-up with PMD once a week.
  • Manage and treat chronic disease such as Congestive Heart Failure, Hypertension, COPD, and Diabetes.
  • Included acute and chronically ill individuals with diseases such as DM, HTN, COPD and asthma.
  • Developed a protocol for nurse practitioners within CareMore to follow when managing the care of COPD patients.
  • Addressed all Primary care diagnosis, hypertension, diabetes, depression, anxiety, COPD.
  • Treated the acutely ill Asthmatics and COPD patients.
  • Project manager for COPD group visits.
  • Included but not limited to treating common chronic conditions such as CVA, DM, CHF, COPD, HTN.
  • Included treating common chronic conditions such as DM, CHF, COPD, HTN and others.
  • Provided care for a large patient population with chronic illnesses such as hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia, COPD/asthma, etc.
  • Managed highly complex patients with multiple complex diseases such as heart failure, diabetes, COPD, hyperlipidemia, and hypertension.
  • Conducted in home health visits on Medicare patients with complex medical health conditions (diabetes, CHF, COPD).
  • Manage patient's chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, Coumadin adjustments, COPD, pneumonia, etc.
  • Prescribed medications for the treatment of hypertension, diabetes, asthmas, COPD, pulmonary embolism, etc.
  • managed patients with Pulmonary disorders and sleep disorders including Asthma, COPD, (inpatient and outpatient).
  • Manage chronic disease including diabetes, hypertension, COPD, chronic pain, hyperlipidemia and thyroid dysfunction.
  • Care includes the management of comorbidities such as HTN, COPD, ESRD, DM, and CHF.
  • Diagnosed and treated patients with chronic and acute health problems such as MI, arrhythmias, asthma, COPD and pneumonia.

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34. Joint Injections

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Here's how Joint Injections is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Perform joint injections, trigger point and tendon/ligament injections, to enhance chiropractic augmented rehabilitation.
  • Perform office-based procedures including trigger point injections and joint injections.
  • Provided ultrasound-guided joint injections for pain relief.
  • Prescribed medications and performed joint injections.
  • Provided basic urgent care for patient's in need of sutures, wound/laceration care, incision & drainage and joint injections.
  • Performed duties such as trigger point injections, joint injections, hormone replacement therapy, weight loss programs, etc.
  • Perform procedures including trigger point injections, knee, shoulder, hip, facet, and sacroiliac joint injections.
  • Perform trigger point injections, knee steroid joint injections with and without ultrasound guidance, ITP pain pump refills.
  • Perform procedures including suture repair, I&D abscesses, skin lesions and mole removal and joint injections.
  • Performed trigger point injections and joint injections of knee, shoulder, wrist, hand, and elbow.
  • Performed treatments and specialty services, such as aspirations, as well as administered joint injections.
  • Joint injections and TPI procedures are done in the office as a patient's condition dictates.
  • Experience with trigger point injections, nerve block injections, carpal tunnel, and joint injections.
  • Provided care to patients with back pain, large joint injections, and trigger point injections.
  • Performed various procedures in the home setting, such as skin lesion removal, joint injections.
  • Ordered and assisted in the administration of Trigger Point Injection and other large joint injections.
  • Administered joint injections as appropriate in the hip, shoulder and knee as indicated.
  • Assist with Physician clinic and manage Post-op clinic, including splinting and joint injections.
  • Performed joint injections, including shoulder, knee, hip, and SI.
  • Use ultrasound guided imaging to visualize needle insertions of TPI and joint injections.

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35. Laboratory Specimens

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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Interpreted and analyzed results from laboratory specimens and diagnostic tools.
  • Collected blood, tissues and other laboratory specimens needed for lab testing.
  • Obtained patient health history, laboratory specimens, vital signs and administers TB skin tests.
  • Prepare and interpret in house laboratory specimens including urinalysis, urine microscopy, and GYN microscopy.

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36. HIV

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Here's how HIV is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Developed procedures for HIV disease identification; implemented program for testing, counseling, risk reduction education and referral.
  • Provided complete health care management for adults with HIV infection in the ambulatory clinic and acute inpatient hospitalizations.
  • Share responsibility with the principal investigators to ensure that clinical investigations and HIV care meet regulatory agency requirements.
  • Planned and presented numerous power point presentations to clinical professionals regarding HIV/AIDS management and prevention throughout Northwest Louisiana.
  • Implement Prevention Among Positives behavior modification interventions to decrease transmission of HIV.
  • Facilitated coordinated case management for HIV positive Service Members.
  • Compose international HIV research presentations.
  • Provided comprehensive health care to population of 600 detainees per year with complex medical problems, including HIV and active Tuberculosis.
  • Counseled patients regarding risk reduction, and worked with an IDU population around HIV, and Hepatitis screening and vaccination.
  • Counseled patients on birth control options, HIV testing, administered the HPV vaccine, provided prenatal and pregnancy counseling.
  • Started to create a primary care clinic for high risk patients (L/G/B/T clients and partners of HIV clients).
  • Oversee the management and care of HCV, HBV, and HIV positive patient populations with associated opportunistic infections.
  • Perform HIV screening assessment and Enzyme-Linked Immune-Sorbent Assay (ELISA) test to determine HIV status of a client.
  • Provided complete health care management to adults with HIV/AIDS from the time of admission to the hospital through discharge.
  • Selected as MATEC clinical candidate for advanced training to function as HIV/AIDS clinical consultant and educator for area providers.
  • Conduct individualized risk assessments (HIV/STI, substance abuse, mental health, social service needs, etc.)
  • Provided education, counseling, and appropriate intervention to employees as part of HIV/hepatitis post exposure program.
  • Served as one of the regional HIV treatment consultants to other health professionals seeking disease management guidance.
  • Develop and maintain cutting edge knowledge regarding the management of HIV disease and side effects of therapy.
  • Worked with infectious disease Doctors to provide primary care and specialty care to 500 HIV positive clients

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37. Preventative Care

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Here's how Preventative Care is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Provide education to patients about preventative care, illnesses, medications and non medication interventions to increase awareness.
  • Educated patients of various methods of treatment interventions and anticipatory guidance across the lifespan to promote preventative care.
  • Assess patients educational needs regarding medications, preventative care and chronic disease management.
  • Counseled patients regarding sterilization, menopause, and preventative care.
  • Performed patient education on preventative care and prescribed treatments.
  • Provided comprehensive primary and preventative care to the pediatric population
  • Perform preventative care physicals and minor office procedures.
  • Completed preventative care screening exams and focused exams.
  • Educate patients regarding preventative care and prescribed treatments.
  • Provided follow-up and re-evaluation, and preventative care.
  • Perform routine physical examinations and preventative care.
  • Performed preventative care including females pap/pelvic.
  • Provide obesity management services and preventative care
  • Provide general and preventative care, assess, diagnose, treat, and educate patients and parents regarding illness/safety and prevention.
  • Educate the client and families about preventative care, medical issues, and use of prescribed medical treatments and/or medications.
  • Cared for oil and gas employees offering wellness and preventative care in addition to acute care and coordination of chronic care
  • Provide general and preventative care, conduct check-ups, treat illnesses, order lab tests and prescribe medication for adults.
  • Worked in a variety of settings including office, nursing home and assisted living to provide primary and preventative care.
  • Provided general and preventative care, conducted annual physical examinations, chronic care management, and urgent care issues.
  • Provided wellness counseling, preventative care, health maintenance education and immunizations to children, adults and elderly patients.

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38. Appropriate Referrals

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Here's how Appropriate Referrals is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Contract position managing mental health patients in an outpatient setting focusing on medication management, appropriate referrals, and psychiatric evaluations.
  • Educated patient and family regarding disease entities and appropriate referrals to maintain or improve status and ability to remain independent.
  • Coordinate continuity of care, making appropriate referrals in collaboration with their Primary Care Physician and interdisciplinary team.
  • Utilized appropriate referrals to physical therapy, occupational therapy, orthopedics, neurology, and pain clinic management.
  • Identify safe patient discharge, including making appropriate referrals and follow-up appointments for further evaluations and workup.
  • Provide initial management of hypertension, depression and other co-occurring disease processes, with appropriate referrals.
  • Perform routine health screenings, gynecological exams and physicals including appropriate referrals
  • Diagnose new gynecological cases and making appropriate referrals as needed.
  • Collaborated with multidisciplinary team members by making appropriate referrals.
  • Diagnosed and treated depression and anxiety with appropriate referrals.
  • Identify medical needs-problems and arrange appropriate referrals of patients.
  • Make appropriate referrals to palliative management, Physical Therapist.
  • Manage chemotherapy side effects and provide appropriate referrals.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary team to make appropriate referrals.
  • Provided appropriate referrals to specialist for continuity.
  • Give patients appropriate referrals when necessary.
  • Make appropriate referrals as necessary.
  • Obtained authorization for appropriate referrals.
  • Make appropriate referrals if indicated.
  • Make appropriate referrals when indicated.

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39. OB

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Here's how OB is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Assessed need for, ordered, obtained and interpreted appropriate lab tests, imaging and medication/chemotherapy ordering and side effect management.
  • Rotated through multiple corporate offices as needed, drafted corporate nurse practitioner job description, and coordinated corporate wide philanthropic activities.
  • Treat patients who are overweight and obese by prescribing medication, optimal nutrition education and exercise counseling.
  • Initiated and led a multidisciplinary team focused on proper bed utilization, which developed 23-hour observation standards.
  • Conducted independent research projects on a variety of medical problems that affect patients in correctional facilities.
  • Conducted seminar on interviewing techniques for obtaining sensitive sexual health information from clients while ensuring confidentiality.
  • Collaborated with other health professionals to provide cost effective quality care to obtain maximum patient benefits.
  • Prescribed and monitored antimicrobial therapy and treatments as needed and with advice of infectious disease physician.
  • Performed problem-focused history and physical examinations and developed management plans for workman's compensation.
  • Integrated management of chronic physical and psychiatric illness for a complex mobile adult population.
  • Evaluated safety/ergonomic practices within the organization in an effort to improve overall job performance.
  • Opened two offices dedicated to prescribing medication to reduce weight in obese population.
  • Formulate problem lists from exam and diagnostic lab work and identify alternative interventions.
  • Provided comprehensive assessment and management of uncomplicated acute and stable chronic health problems.
  • Identify mental health problems and prescribe treatment under direction of a physician/psychiatrist.
  • Perform initial comprehensive assessments, physical examinations, and treat medical problems.
  • Job responsibilities include performing histories and physicals for patients prior to elective surgeries
  • Performed patient examinations, obtained medical histories, assessed patient status.
  • Recognize oncology-related problems and initiate interventions in collaboration with staff physician.
  • Consult on new antimicrobial patients in collaboration with attending physician.

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40. Lab Results

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Here's how Lab Results is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Managed and adjusted medication profiles, prescribed new medications and interpreted lab results.
  • Interpreted diagnostic lab results for full clinical correlation with patient conditions.
  • Collected, microscopically examined and interpreted cultures; interpreted lab results.
  • Review new patients vital signs, diagnosing lab results and taking a visual assessment of patients to identify priority of care.
  • Referred patients for mammograms as indicated, ordered labs and reviewed lab results, gave referrals as indicated.
  • Diagnose and treat new medical conditions including ordering of labs, interpreting lab results and writing prescriptions.
  • Follow up visits to review treatment efficacy and review lab results and imaging studies when necessary.
  • Managed lab results for four providers including myself via electronic medical record (EMR).
  • Provide vaccinations, sports and camp physicals, health screenings, interpret lab results.
  • Order diagnostic procedures, tests, and labs, along with review lab results.
  • Review lab results, meet with family members and caregivers to discuss care plans.
  • Ordered and reviewed Doppler studies, x rays, cultures and lab results.
  • Formulated diagnoses, prescribed treatments, ordered and reviewed tests and lab results.
  • Reviewed and follow-up on abnormal lab results of patients seen in clinic.
  • Interpret lab results Addressed acute medical issues on a case by case.
  • Interpret lab results, evaluate x-rays, perform wound care and sutures.
  • Review of clinical lab results and plain film x-rays done on sight.
  • Interpret and discuss lab results and imaging with members of health plan.
  • Collaborated cross-functionally with physicians and patients to review lab results and tests.
  • Review lab results in both a clinic and hospital setting.

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41. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Worked collaboratively with interdisciplinary team.
  • Provided comprehensive primary care to adult male population at Belmont County Correctional Facility including chronic and acute disease diagnosis and management.
  • Conducted extensive history and physical examination, carry out treatment plan, and provided detailed education to patients and family.
  • Facilitate care for uninsured individuals, whether citizens or immigrants, with sensitivity to cultural influences or physical challenges.
  • Performed comprehensive physical examinations, and implemented preventative health measures within prescribed guidelines in collaboration with physicians.
  • Participated in quality improvement initiatives, departmental meetings and clinical research relevant to specific area of practice.
  • Provided proper and conservative initiation of adequate hormone replacement therapy and birth control methods including intrauterine devices.
  • Collaborated with pharmaceutical sales representatives to provide educational programming for health care providers and key opinion leaders.
  • Conducted comprehensive assessments and physical examinations on over 60 adolescent, adult and geriatric patients.
  • Monitor staff schedule, utilizing resources efficiently while maintaining a positive environment for clients.
  • Diagnose and treat acute and chronic conditions by performing comprehensive physical examinations and treatments.
  • Provide direct care for medical oncology and hematology patients in a comprehensive cancer center.
  • Attend medical and hospital continuing education activities and serve on continuous quality care committees.
  • Assist with effective clinical operations to ensure quality & consistency of clinical/patient care.
  • Rotate as first assist in operating room for minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery.
  • Provide management and surveillance of hormonal contraceptives and low risk adolescent pregnancy.
  • Provide independent and collaborative specialty, comprehensive and therapeutic health care services.
  • Provide initial evaluation and non-operative treatment for the above listed complaints.
  • Order and collaboratively oversaw physical and occupational therapy referral and treatment.
  • Recovered patient after various procedures using IV conscious and unconscious sedation.

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42. Hospital Rounds

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Here's how Hospital Rounds is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Performed history and physical examinations, consultations, daily hospital rounds, multidisciplinary collaboration and nursing staff patient education.
  • Provided surgical followup by conducting hospital rounds, telephoning patients, and performing in-office post-op visits.
  • Performed hospital rounds, consultations, postoperative visits and multidisciplinary collaboration under stewardship of attending surgeons.
  • Participate in hospital rounds, assessment, and treatment of acutely ill hospitalized patients
  • Obtained hospital privileges and made hospital rounds in collaboration with a cardiologist.
  • Write postoperative orders and perform postoperative hospital rounds on patient.
  • Participated in daily hospital rounds and monthly morbidity/ mortality rounds.
  • Performed inpatient hospital rounds in collaboration with physician group.
  • Accompanied physician team on hospital rounds for hospitalized patients.
  • Continue working with Dr. Mitchell one weekend a month making hospital rounds, performing stress tests, consults and ER admits.
  • Make hospital rounds, assist in surgery, and collaborate with multidisciplinary team to achieve optimal outcomes and patient satisfaction.
  • Included hospital rounds, outpatient office visits, and regular rounds in multiple dialysis units throughout Lancaster County.
  • Performed hospital rounds, written discharge summary, and daily progress notes during internship under MD supervision.
  • Participate in daily hospital rounds with physicians and weekly clinic follow-up for sickle cell patients.
  • Conduct hospital rounds in the medical-surgical, progressive care, and critical care units.
  • Maintain detailed medical records and make hospital rounds; conduct after-hours calls with patients.
  • Performed hospital rounds at assigned hospital including new consults and follow up visits.
  • Performed hospital rounds on post-surgical patients and assisted in surgery, as needed.
  • Complete history and physicals and make hospital rounds and determine patient care plan.
  • Collaborated with physician during hospital rounds at the long term acute care facility.

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43. STI

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Here's how STI is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Assess urology patients in the acute care setting, completing consultations of new admissions and daily examinations of existing hospitalized patients.
  • Performed and interpreted diagnostics tests, reviewed status of recommended preventative screenings, referred patients out for additional treatment when necessary.
  • Provide comprehensive assessments on patients with cardiovascular diseases such as congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease and atrial fibrillation.
  • Developed patient care plans, examined patients, presented patients to attending physicians and performed necessary diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
  • Worked institution wide to implement and evaluate a new patient controlled analgesia policy for post- surgical patients within the facility.
  • Provide direct care and medical management for patients in outpatient plastic and reconstructive surgery clinic and the inpatient population.
  • Performed detailed health histories and comprehensive medical testing to determine medical eligibility of patient for individualized weight loss program.
  • Ordered, conducted and interpreted diagnostic and laboratory tests, then consulted with primary care physicians/surgeons and anesthesiologists.
  • Coordinated preparations for research protocol, including completing regulatory documents and seeking approval from hospital institutional review board.
  • Prescribed diagnostic strategies and therapeutic interventions both pharmacological non-pharmacological, and surgical, needed to achieve expected outcomes.
  • Will collaborate with our Physicians regarding follow up, medication changes and diagnostic criteria for hospitalization.
  • Advance Practice nurse responsibility includes assessment, ordering and interpretation of diagnostic testing and radiology.
  • Reviewed with patient results of diagnostic work- up along with laboratory reviews and medication management.
  • Ordered and interpreted diagnostic examinations for the purposes of delineating diagnoses and safe medication prescribing.
  • Facilitated access to the various multidisciplinary centers, patient assessments, testing procedures and planning.
  • Develop, implement and analyze investigations as the primary investigator on population research protocols.
  • Rotated to other outpatient cardiac diagnostic facilities when needed Assisted in ordering appropriate office supplies
  • Assist nursing facilities with suggestions for behavioral and pharmacological interventions for at risk patients.
  • Ordered and interpreted diagnostic and therapeutic tests relative to patient's age-specific needs.
  • Interpret and integrate data to determine appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic procedures as needed.

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44. Botox

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Here's how Botox is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Performed detailed health histories to determine medical eligibility of client for Botox and dermal fillers.
  • Provided laser and aesthetic services including Botox and filler injections.
  • Provided BHRT, weight loss programs and cosmetic procedures such as botox and dermal fillers.
  • Performed interventions such as trigger point and botox injections for patients with chronic pain.
  • Administered Botox injections for patients looking to soften and smooth facial fine lines.
  • Trained in the treatment of chronic migraine syndrome with therapeutic Botox injections.
  • Trained in Therapeutic Botox treatment for patients with chronic migraines.
  • Provide administration of Botox and Dermal Filler Injections.
  • Trained to inject facial fillers and botox.
  • Certified to administer Botox and fillers.
  • Sole Botox provider at the clinic.
  • Injected Botox and dermal fillers.
  • Experience with Botox and facial filler
  • Major Responsibilities - Perform Botox/filler facial injections and laser hair removal.
  • Participated in informational bariatric seminars; Botox injector
  • Certified in Botox and juvederm administration.
  • Performed anesthetic injections Botox and Juvederm
  • Administered Botox and Juvederm injections.
  • Performed Botox, dermal fillers, laser hair removal, Intense Pulse Light (IPL) and Yag laser procedures.
  • Performed all aesthetics procedures, Botox, dermal fillers, microdermabrasion, facials, chemical peels, IPL and LHR.

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45. CHF

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Here's how CHF is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Lead interdisciplinary Cardiac Program; assess most patients with CHF that admit into facility to minimize re-hospitalization.
  • Managed CHF clinic, Stress testing (nuclear, treadmill, Echo), follow-up care post procedure/surgery.
  • Care for chronic conditions such as asthma, hypertension, CHF and CAD.
  • NP-Led Clinic- A medical management focus on complex patients with CAD/CHF.
  • Worked independently in Nurse Practitioner CHF Clinic.
  • Provided specialized care to patients with cardiac disorders, including: CAD, CHF, Angina, Hyperlipidemia, etc.
  • Participated in research trials with novel anticoagulation and CHF drugs.
  • Designed to reduce the CHF readmission rate.
  • Collaborated with the patient's physician on abnormal findings: DVTs, cellulitis, CHF exacerbation, side effects of medications.

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46. Pediatrics

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Here's how Pediatrics is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Selected and administered routine immunizations and travel medicine according to American Academy of Pediatrics and CDC recommendations.
  • Conducted physical examinations, health histories, ordered and interpreted laboratory results for women and pediatrics patients.
  • Reported administratively to the Director of Pediatrics.
  • Work in urgent care clinic see on average 20 patients daily, ranging in age from pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • Completed a wide range of practicum shadowing Nurse Practitioners in Family Practice, Women's Health, and Pediatrics.
  • Practiced family medicine as an NP including adults, pediatrics, women's health, and geriatrics.
  • Collaborated with Pediatrics, Mental Health, and Family Practice to meet the needs of patients.
  • Appointed to Allied Health Professional Staff of SIUH, with privileges in pediatrics.
  • Practice includes adult, geriatric, women's health, limited pediatrics.
  • Nurse Practitioner in a pediatrics office under supervision of Dr Angela Reese
  • Engaged in internal medicine, OB-GYN, and pediatrics.
  • Assessed, diagnosed, and treated pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • Provided employment and sports physicals to adults and pediatrics.
  • Provided care to pediatrics, adults and geriatrics.
  • Completed about 120 hours in Pediatrics.
  • Managed and performed various care for: pediatrics, women's health, adult medicine, and geriatrics.
  • Established thriving practice including adults, pediatrics, geriatrics, and women's health.)
  • Collected blood samples on difficult venipuncture sticks; adults, geriatrics, and pediatrics.
  • Nurse Practitioner in Women's Health, Urgent Care & Pediatrics Depts.
  • care visits for pediatrics and adults.

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47. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Worked collaboratively with physicians, social workers, family and key care givers and any appropriate ancillary medical personnel.
  • Collaborated with social workers, rehabilitative therapists, nutritionists, and physicians.
  • Supervised multiple interdisciplinary teams composed to nurses and social workers.
  • Provide continuing education opportunities to registered nurses and social workers.
  • Collaborated with Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Social Workers to maximize healing and provide needed equipment to optimize health.
  • Serve as educator, mentor and clinical resource for the nurses, aides, social workers, chaplains and ancillary staff.
  • Partnered with physicians, nurses, pharmacists, therapists, social workers, and direct care staff to coordinate patient care.
  • Collaborate among medical providers, specialists, social workers, case managers, families and patients to enhance quality care.
  • Collaborated with other specialized providers, Director's of Nursing, Social Workers, Therapy, Hospice, etc.
  • Work with doctors, nurses, social workers and psychologist to provide comprehensive health care to this patient population.
  • Collaborate with physicians, research nurses, infusion nurses, and social workers to provide optimal multidisciplinary cancer care.
  • Collaborate with physicians, nurses, social workers, therapists, and dietitians for daily care of residents.
  • Worked within a team setting that included physicians, nurses, social workers, psychiatry, and pharmacy.
  • Staffed by a forensic psychologist, licensed professional counselors, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, and social workers.
  • Consulted with physicians, social workers, dietitians, OT/PT therapists as necessary regarding health status of patients.
  • Work in collaboration with psychologists, social workers, and counselors to provide team care for psychiatric patients.
  • Arranged disposition for patients, whether discharge, transfer, or follow up with social workers and consults.
  • Collaborated with nursing staff and social workers to provide resources for the English and non-English speaking population.
  • Treated minor injuries and health conditions, administered vaccines and made referrals to specialists and social workers.
  • Participate in weekly clinical team meetings with substance abuse clinicians, social workers, and allied staff.

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48. FNP

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Here's how FNP is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Total hours over 650 FNP I - FNP IV Clinical FNP rotations in primary care, pediatric and family practice clinics.
  • Average 20-25 patients a day; oversaw a clinic staff of 4; precept 1 FNP student a day.
  • Worked until early 2006 in a part-time and flex-time capacity employed as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP).
  • Entered the Nurse Practitioner Program; stepped down to Charge Nurse Role until FNP program completion.
  • Certified ANP, with FNP/ANP license, currently employed within a sole physician gynecology practice.
  • Utilized Medical Decision Making to order and interpret lab and imaging results in FNP training.
  • Worked as an FNP with this group of two physicians and one other FNP.
  • Functioned in role as novice FNP Practitioner delivering health care in a small clinic
  • Served as student site coordinator and preceptor for Columbia FNP students.
  • Participated in a preceptor program for the UC Davis FNP/PA program.
  • Job Description: Works as a FNP in a clinic setting.
  • Experience as qualified delegate orientating new employees and FNP students.
  • Point Reyes Station: work with another FNP provider.
  • Average 15-20 patients a day; oversee a clinic staff of 4; precept 1-2 FNP students 2-3 days a week.
  • Bond, FNP, RN.
  • Worked as a FNP on a full-time basis diagnosing and managing a chronically ill uninsured population primarily with diabetes and hypertension.
  • Secure a complete history and physical on patients on inpatient units Served as a preceptor for a FNP student from Walden University
  • Worked as a FNP in this Urgent care Clinic, seeing adults, children, elderly and womens health.
  • Served as clinical site instructor for MSN FNP students from Westminster and University of Utah College of Nursing.
  • Registered Nurse Prior to FNP certification employed as RN assisting orthopedic and pain management physicians.

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49. PCP

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Here's how PCP is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Schedule PCP or ambulatory management follow-up.
  • Communicated data to clinical team/PCP.
  • Worked closely with the member's PCP and also the Case Management Department as appropriate for areas of concern.
  • Coordinate with local nursing care agencies, social agencies, PCP offices and specialist offices as needed.
  • Identified needs and opportunities to generate clinical referrals to the care improvement plus and the PCP.
  • Determine if current plan of care by PCP is appropriate for patient's present health status.
  • Trusted to monitor and provide patient's PCP with both acute and insidious changes in health.
  • Provide direct primary care as an extension of the PCP for frail and elderly patients.
  • Communicate with PCP, Surgeons, and Anesthesia to complete safe OR plan for patient.
  • Communicate findings that will be used to inform the PCP of potential gaps in care.
  • Provide care for rehab and skilled residents of nursing facility in collaboration with PCP.
  • Communicate to the PCP needs of patient to deter frequent hospitalizations and optimize health.
  • Collaborated with PCP and Medical Director to formulate appropriate care plan for the members.
  • Communicate findings with the client's PCP of potential gaps in care.
  • Communicate to members PCP, of potential gaps in patient care.
  • Collaborate with client's PCP to coordinate the plan of care.
  • Collaborated with PCP's to ensure gaps in care are filled.
  • Worked in collaboration with MD/PCP as part of an interdisciplinary team.
  • Make recommendations to PCP for improvement in care when applicable.
  • Make recommendations of care to the member and the PCP.

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50. HTN

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Here's how HTN is used in Nurse Practitioner jobs:
  • Provided education for prevention and maintenance strategies for diseases such as CAD, DM, HTN, HLD, and obesity.
  • Treated adolescents to elderly, many with preexisting conditions associated with obesity (HTN, DM, and respiratory).
  • Worked with acute chest pain, angina and HTN.
  • Evaluated and coordinated diverse conditions including and not limited to IDDM, HTN and Dyslipidemia
  • treated obesity, HTN, Allergies, and occasionally treat upper respiratory infections.
  • Diagnosed and treated chronic diseases including but not limited to HTN, DM, GI disorders.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Nurse Practitioner

Patient Care27.1%
Primary Care Services9%
Chronic Illnesses7.2%
Diagnosis6.7%
Health Care5.5%
Treatment Plans5.1%
Physical Exams5.1%
Internal Medicine4.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Nurse Practitioner

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
21.8%
21.8%
2
2
Primary Care Services
Primary Care Services
7.3%
7.3%
3
3
Chronic Illnesses
Chronic Illnesses
5.8%
5.8%
4
4
Diagnosis
Diagnosis
5.4%
5.4%
5
5
Health Care
Health Care
4.4%
4.4%
6
6
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
4.1%
4.1%
7
7
Physical Exams
Physical Exams
4.1%
4.1%
8
8
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine
3.7%
3.7%
9
9
Prescribe Medications
Prescribe Medications
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
Diagnostic Tests
Diagnostic Tests
2.7%
2.7%
11
11
Urgent Care
Urgent Care
2.7%
2.7%
12
12
Diabetes
Diabetes
2.5%
2.5%
13
13
Pain Management
Pain Management
2.4%
2.4%
14
14
Medical Management
Medical Management
2.2%
2.2%
15
15
Medical Care
Medical Care
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Family Practice
Family Practice
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Health Promotion
Health Promotion
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
EMR
EMR
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
Medical Conditions
Medical Conditions
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
EKG
EKG
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
1.1%
1.1%
22
22
Disease Prevention
Disease Prevention
1%
1%
23
23
STD
STD
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
GYN
GYN
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Health Maintenance
Health Maintenance
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
RN
RN
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Diagnostic Studies
Diagnostic Studies
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Weight Loss
Weight Loss
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Health Education
Health Education
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
IUD
IUD
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
ICU
ICU
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
PAP Smears
PAP Smears
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Copd
Copd
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Joint Injections
Joint Injections
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Laboratory Specimens
Laboratory Specimens
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
HIV
HIV
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Preventative Care
Preventative Care
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Appropriate Referrals
Appropriate Referrals
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
OB
OB
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Lab Results
Lab Results
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
IV
IV
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Hospital Rounds
Hospital Rounds
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
STI
STI
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Botox
Botox
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
CHF
CHF
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Pediatrics
Pediatrics
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Social Workers
Social Workers
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
FNP
FNP
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
PCP
PCP
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
HTN
HTN
0.4%
0.4%

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