clinical question: can nurses provide better care with telemedicine for homebound patients to receive optimal care at their convenience, than in person health visits? NOTE; this section should be at the end of the RUA. ” b. Evidence Matrix Table” NOTE; pick two of the primary article below


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Liang, H. Y., Hann Lin, L., Yu Chang, C., Mei Wu, F., & Yu, S. (2021). Effectiveness of a Nurse‐Led Tele‐Homecare Program for Patients With Multiple Chronic Illnesses and a High Risk for Readmission: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 53(2), 161–170.

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Samples, L. S., Martinez, J., Beru, Y. N., Rochester, M. R., & Geyer, J. R. (2021). Provider Perceptions of Telemedicine Video Visits to Home in a Veteran Population. Telemedicine and E-Health, 27(4), 422–426.