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we posted the article ''Organizing and Investing to Expand Primary Care
Availability with Nurse Practitioners'' by Peter J. Levin and Rick Bateman from Journal of Community Health to our ...
To treat or not to treat, that is the dilemma. In my current
job I divide my time between the clinic environment and the hospital. The
patients and disease processes I see in the hospital setting are exceptionally
diverse, however, the process to hunt down the source of infection is remarkably
similar: blood cultures times two, urine ...
At the start of 2011, we published an article describing the job outlook for NPs and PAs this year. Based on our research and interviews with workforce experts, we crafted a headline for that article using the term ''changing landscape,'' and our cover image depicted an NP or PA partially protected by an umbrella. The expectation was that 2011 ...
We like to keep tabs on the convenient care industry, because convenient care clinics primarily employ nurse practitioners and physician assistants to provide care to their patients. Recently there's been a bit of media buzz around Merchant Medicine's predictions for the industry's growth through 2015. Bloggers like Mark J. Perry quoted Merchant ...
Writing in today's issue of USA Today, Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell champions nurse practitioners as the means to universal access to healthcare.
Together with Tine Hansen-Turton, who is CEO of the National Nursing Centers Consortium headquartered in Philadelphia, Rendell argues that the projected primary care physician shortage could thwart ...
Most of my spare time is spent listening to and watching the healthcare reform debate. I know that I favor a single payer system but I also know many people do not. My intent is not to get in a debate about this, as I don't think it will happen. What I do think has a chance is a public insurance option. That is if everyone is not scared to death ...
Healthcare reform is very much on the forefront of our minds. I recently have been reviewing different perspectives on the subject and have become better informed, somewhat more accepting of the idea - and probably more confused by all the issues involved. There is little doubt that we need some changes to occur, with our healthcare ...
San Antonio News business columnist David Hendricks spoke out in favor of a law allowing NP prescribing rights in Texas, which was shut down in the Texas Legislature this legislative session:
Despite better protections from malpractice lawsuits and lower malpractice premiums, Texas has a doctor shortage. Nevertheless, the Texas Medical ...