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“…We already know that patients at risk of malnutrition have higher healthcare resource use, including hospitalisations, 37 and it has been shown that malnutrition is often undetected in general practice, results in higher healthcare resource use and, when managed appropriately, can potentially save money. 6,22,38 This project suggests that such savings are possible using this model of dietetic care. The dietitian not only potentially reduced costs in some areas, but also significantly influenced patient safety and quality of care.…”
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“…We already know that patients at risk of malnutrition have higher healthcare resource use, including hospitalisations, 37 and it has been shown that malnutrition is often undetected in general practice, results in higher healthcare resource use and, when managed appropriately, can potentially save money. 6,22,38 This project suggests that such savings are possible using this model of dietetic care. The dietitian not only potentially reduced costs in some areas, but also significantly influenced patient safety and quality of care.…”
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“…This project focused on the management of frailty and malnutrition; an area that is often not given priority. 6 Frailty is associated with older age and chronic disease and increases the risk of falls, disability, hospitalisation and mortality. 7 Therefore, there is a need to ensure early identification and treatment to help minimise decline into frailty and reduce its impact.…”
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