Is it realistic to add point-of-care ultrasound training to the curriculum of entry-level PA programs or should this be taught in a CME, post-graduate, or fellowship setting?
See how your salary compares with those of your peers as reported in the 2022 NP/PA Salary Survey.
APP association presidents discuss legislative issues, the future of their professions, and what keeps them up at night at the National APP Week panel.
Job satisfaction rates among PAs remain high despite burnout and stress amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
PA students who took the course showed improved comfort levels in providing primary care, health maintenance, and resources to LGBTQ+ individuals.
Respondents overwhelmingly said Medicare indirect billing is antiquated, but considerable debate exists over the 85% reimbursement rate for NPs and PAs.
The PA profession is growing, but large gaps in health care access remain. Jennifer M. Orozco, DMSc, PA-C, DFAAPA, discusses how to utilize PAs to reduce health disparities.
Drs Kapu and Orozco discuss what NPs and PAs need to know about Monkeypox signs and symptoms, testing, vaccines, and other prevention strategies.
The 10,950 newly certified PAs are part of the 158,470 PAs in the US.
Primary care providers estimated to need 26.7 hours/day to provide recommended care for hypothetical patient panel.
Experts discuss the often hidden phenomenon of indirect billing of NPs and PAs and whether the 85% reimbursement rate for APPs is equitable.
A growing body of research suggests that patients are not always transparent with their clincians about critical information.
This month’s PA Profile features rural health care provider Brady Hicks, PA-C, ATC, who practices at a hospital, clinic, and nursing home serving a primarily Native American population.
The author describes the evolution of the workweek and how shortening the expected hours for full-time work without a decrease in compensation may increase the well-being of health care providers while not decreasing current productivity.
If passed by the Senate, this bill expands the role of NPs and PAs by allowing them to provide services to injured federal workers under the federal workers’ compensation program.
Survey of PAs working in emergency medicine and urgent care demonstrates the profession’s significant impact on health care.
PAs from underrepresented racial/ethnic groups are more likely to have doctoral degrees but are underrepresented in PA academic leadership roles.
Study authors examine factors associated with migraine headaches in a sample of underserved Black older adults.
This month’s PA Profile features rural health care provider Susanna Storeng, DMSc, PA-C, DFAAPA, CPAAPA, who is director of a federally qualified community health center (FQHC).
Researchers examine whether NPs/PAs working independently use more or less low-value care during ED visits than physicians or NPs/PAs working in collaboration with physicians.