Collecting standardized data to describe advanced nursing practice is imperative to define the value-added component of nurse practitioner (NP) care. This article describes NPs in a primary care setting who collected standardized nursing data using the Omaha System. Key findings include the prevalence of health teaching, guidance, and counseling and surveillance as frequent intervention strategies.
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