The future is all about health care and technology, and PAs and NPs are at the forefront.
APRNs are regulated across the U.S. predominantly by boards of nursing, but physicians are pushing for state medical board and regulatory control.
PAs practicing in states with a practice barrier reported lower salaries than their peers in states without that barrier.
There’s arguably no better time for NP’s to call their own shots, and no better time for healthcare administrators to apply this talent solution to meet their community’s need for care.
PAs have been moving healthcare forward since 1967, and that’s definitely something worth celebrating.
Puerto Rico is the last place that is part of the USA that does not allow PA practice. Why?
Across the outcomes studied, results suggest that NP/PA care was largely comparable to PCP care in community health centers.
New immunomodulatory therapies are promising, not only for reversing skin barrier dysfunction, but in addressing the immune abnormalities associated with atopic dermatitis.
Caring for patients, takes not only an extraordinary amount of knowledge and skill, but also caring. How can we make sure we’re mentally up for the task?
Now recognized as a “strategic necessity,” role expansion for these 2 occupations has implications for job satisfaction, burnout, and work-related stress.