In today’s evolving healthcare environment, quality patient care is of the utmost importance. Nutrition initiatives will help the quality of patient care by improving patient outcomes through clinical collaboration, nutrition therapy and enhanced procedures.
Empower nurses as champions of nutritional therapy to ensure continuity of care with dietitians and physicians and promote early nutrition intervention.
Intervene early with nutrition therapy to produce quality results that can reduce the overall cost of patient care.
Enhance existing care practices to improve team coordination and quality outcomes in your health system from admission through discharge.
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