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PAinPenna last won the day on January 24 2019

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  1. But NPs and PAs do not make 85% of what physicians make, so I believe this will all come out in the wash in a GOOD way . I for one am tired of my hard work being hidden under a Doc's NPI.
  2. https://www.deseret.com/utah/2021/3/2/22310517/2021-legislature-passes-bill-to-expand-scope-of-physician-assistants-independent-practice
  3. Florida PAs got the shaft last time around . BEST of luck and will definitely support !
  4. I have no desire to work at a Minute Clinic but for those who were complaining about preferential hiring of NPs, this is a good development https://www.aapa.org/news-central/2021/01/convenient-care-association-voices-support-for-eliminating-barriers-to-employing-pas/
  5. Wow - great post. You give me hope for the future of our profession! Stay involved- be sure to join your state and national organizations and encourage your fellow students to do the same. Keep up the great work!
  6. I think it’s a great decision . Would have liked to keep “PA” but if the research shows it will benefit us most in the long run then let’s go with it .
  7. So what do we do ? This is not a rhetorical question ! Here in this country we have around 150k well-educated capable health care providers making a difference in our patients ‘ lives every day . It saddens me that so many are hopeless for our future . I truly believe that as long as we push for updated practice laws we will be ok - just going to be an uphill battle for sure .
  8. Consider getting your Buprenorphine waiver and treating addiction. Your stress level will go way down, and at the end of every day you will feel like you actually helped someone.
  9. The PSPA accomplished a legislative success yesterday by the passage of Senate Bill 870 and 871 out of the Senate Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure committee. Your participation during the September 2019 PSPA Hill day helped lay the foundation for this success. As advocacy conscious PAs, we ask that you continue to encourage those around you to reach out to their senators and ask them to support the bills when they come up for an anticipated vote the week of Oct 19th. You can refer PAs, PA students, physicians and the general public to the PSPA action center to send an
  10. My understanding is we are proceeding in "baby steps" because drastic changes would never fly- Can you believe our state MD and DO societies are opposing these small changes?!! It's infuriating.
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