Another week, another physician calling into question the ability of advanced practitioners to treat patients as the primary care shortage looms.
What do you do when a patient has the audacity to say, “I want to see a real doctor,” thus calling into question your qualifications?
As the physician shortage worsens, there is no shortage of physicians speaking out against the idea of PAs and NPs being comparable substitutes.
For those with a sense of adventure, travel positions need no other selling point. If you don’t have a natural love of travel, though, here are five other reasons to consider travel assignments.
How much do PAs and NPs make across the U.S.? We found out. How does your salary stack up against the average?
A new report from a World Health Organization team indicates that non-physicians, such as PAs and NPs, provide comparable care to that of physicians.
Advanced practitioners are enjoying advanced wages, and two spots on a new top ten list of the highest paying jobs in healthcare.
How do you ask patients about end-of-life wishes? Kimberly Spering, MSN, FNP-BC discusses her experience with having this crucial conversation.
Demand is high and the job market is strong for newly certified PAs, according to a new report by the National Commission of Certified Physician Assistants.
Kim Spering encourages you to look for the real reasons patients don’t show up on time, don’t take their medications, and seem to go against medical advice.