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Supporting Patient Self-Management After Spine Surgery

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Uploaded on Jul 5, 2011

INQRI Project: "Nursing Intervention to Facilitate Patient Activation for Improved Pain Self Management" - University of California, Davis

This experimental study evaluated an assessment-based counseling intervention to promote successful pain self-management in spine surgery patients. The research team evaluated for Return On Investment by measuring outcomes (pain, function and depression) and value to the care delivery system as well as to patients. The team tracked costs to patients (care utilization over and above usual post-surgical care), costs of the intervention and opportunity costs.

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