Do NP, PA Ordering Habits Lead to Higher Healthcare Costs?

A study found that primary care provider ordering habits may result in higher healthcare costs versus the habits of nurse practitioners and physician assistants.

from RevCycleIntelligence

Nurse practitioners and physician assistants did not contribute to higher healthcare costs by ordering more ancillary or expensive services compared to primary care providers, a recent American Journal of Managed Care study uncovered.

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