Pamela V Johnson
DNP, MSN-APRN, FNP-BC
Dr. Johnson offers valuable insight in her role as a Doctoral prepared Advanced Practice Registered Nurse at ConsultIdaNP.
With over two decades of experience in the field of Nursing, Dr. Johnson’s day-to-day responsibilities include coordination and oversight of primary care practices in home-based settings.
In 1996, Dr. Johnson graduated with a Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Barry University in Miami Shores. To further her professional development, she completed a Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) from the University of Central Florida in 2004, ensued by national certification and title of Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN). In 2015, a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) was earned from Florida Atlantic University after completing a five year retrospective analysis of single state data to answer the question: How does statewide Medicaid Managed Care insurance plans lack of policy to empanel Advanced Practice Registered Nurses affect cost of access to primary care for homebound Medicaid recipients?
Dr. Johnson is honored to have published articles elaborating on roles of Nurse Practitioners practicing as home based primary care clinicians. Major goal is to impact health systems consistent and affordable access to care services for people confined to their home setting by challenging health systems to transform and make home based primary care readily available. She attributes success to having excellent mentors.
Health Policy Advocate
Home Based Primary Care Practitioner
Author of the book entitled PEEPED, Home Health and Home Based Primary Care Partners in Nursing, and Living Beyond Survival: Laughing, Loving, Sharing...Life! In addition to the article Paths to Empanelment: For Advanced Practice Nurses,
Care Coordination helps people access health services,
like transportation and assistance with activities of daily living.
Editorials of peer reviewed articles are available at Publons. Connect to get professional help writing Grants, Ghostwriting, or editing of various written works.
Health policies and rules govern access to care, as well as access to care services. Cost of HBPC is not covered by all health insurances. Some plans will reimburse the insured for out of pocket expenses.
Home based primary care (HBPC) visits transpose care from office settings into private residences. HBPC improves ability to manage chronic diseases and reduce numbers of non-emergent hospital visits.. During the initial HBPC visit health information is collected, an examination is performed, diagnostic tests are performed or prescribed, a plan of care is determined, then treatment(s) implemented. Follow up visits or phone calls are important to evaluate and measure outcomes.of care.