The Benefit of NOMS Research in Clinical Practice

Dominquez-Gasson, Linda
May 2003
ASHA Leader;5/13/2003, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p11
Trade Publication
Assesses the benefit of the National Outcomes Measurement System (NOMS) research in clinical practice in the U.S. Increase in patient recovery and functional independence; Factors affecting increased inpatient length of stay in medical centers; Decline of the length of stay for Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center patients with pneumonia.


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