By referring to herself as Dr Sarah, the complaint said she unfairly elevated her position among health care providers who identify themselves as NPs.
The overwhelming majority of people who have lost coverage in most states were dropped because of technicalities, not because state officials determined they no longer meet Medicaid income limits.
Expert outlines strategies for providing culturally competent care that respects the unique needs and experiences of LGBTQ+ patients.
Recipients of the annual awards were announced during AAPA 2023 meeting.
The goal of the grant is to fix the constrained nurse and advanced practice registered nurse pipeline by adding more nurse educators.
Patients believe that PAs can be part of the solution to the health care crisis in the US.
Iowa signed into law HF 424, legislation that removes the requirement for a PA to be supervised by a physician to practice medicine.
Latest NCCPA report shows a steep increase in practicing PAs and outlines top specialties, average salary, satisfaction rates, and burnout levels
All DEA-registered clinicians must meet a one-time, 8-hour training requirement for opioid or other substance use disorder. Learn whether your past training meets the requirement.
Shondra J Brown, FNP-BC, uses her platform to help Black professionals navigate predominantly White workplaces and encourages them not to conform.
The ICAN Act would allow APRNs to provide more comprehensive health care services to Medicare and Medicaid patients.
Arizona and Montana move to collaboration requirements for experienced PAs with recent legislative wins.
A federal judge’s recent ruling on the Affordable Care Act is by no means the final word. Here are key issues to watch as the case works its way through the legal system.
Cynthia F. Griffith, MPAS, PA-C, and Peter A. Young, MPAS, PA-C, discuss the challenges faced by PAs in dermatology practice.
Two neurologists discuss the barriers to timely tPA administration in acute stroke, including the implementation of mobile stroke units.
Dr Sapre’s interest in medicine began during years of dealing with an illness, when she was labeled a “drug addict” and accused of “faking” her symptoms. Once she became a PA, she furthered her mission for diversity, equity, and inclusion by starting the Virginia Association of Minority PAs.
Nurses refute claims of a shortage and say many of the 1 million nurses with active licenses are not working because of unsafe staffing.
After first transgender medical clinic opened in the US, cisgender and intersex children began receiving similar treatments even earlier – often without their consent.
Utah’s Governor Cox signs bill that recognizes a collaborative agreement between a PA and a physician or employer.
Dr Jessica Peck advocates for governmental and systems-based organizational change to protect and grow the nursing profession at NAPNAP 2023.