Jason M. Cheyney, MPAS, PA-C shares his insight of what seem to be the latest discoveries in the disease and the current treatments.
In community health centers, PAs and NPs deliver care equivalent to that of primary care physicians, according to a new first-of-its-kind study.
Physician assistants earn an average of $92,460 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Where does the doctorate for PAs fit in? Dave Mittman analyzes just that.
AANP applauds South Dakota for aligning with neighboring states to provide patients full and direct access to nurse practitioners.
“Jobs at the top end, like doctors, surgeons, specialists, highly qualified nurses, physician assistants and others, will continue to be in demand for years.”
Dealing with patients who have a droopy finger can present diagnostic and treatment challenges for providers unfamiliar with this injury.