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  1. I live in a fairly decent size metropolitan area but work across state lines for a medical group with a small neurosurgery department. I am a salaried full time employee with the med group. There are now two surgeons who collaborate with me. But, the newer surgeon is actually paid by a local academic center and not the med group. The academic center has a business arrangement with the med group to provide 1 neurosurgeon 3 weeks a month. He is filling that role but also has agreements in place with the other surgeon in order to cover patients if an issue comes up. The medical group has fur
  2. This month's ACEP Now has an article called "Optimizing our collaboration with Advanced Practice Providers". It includes a statement: "Despite the publicized experiences of a few, the vast majority of APP's are, in fact, directly supervised for patients with Emergency Severity Index levels 1-3". While it's certainly not my experience in my current full-time job where I do solo coverage in a critical access hospital, it also wasn't my experience in my last full-time job in a level III trauma center staffed by one of the large national EM staffing companies. I routinely saw mostly level 2
  3. https://www.aapa.org/news-central/2018/01/new-mexico-medical-board-adopts-improved-pa-practice-rules/ Didnt even know this was in the works! Implemented several components of OTP! Congrats NM!
  4. So as those of you who are regulars here know, I'm doing 50% family med, 50% occupational med right now due to staff turnover at our practice. AAPA-OM had some 'supervision' language on their website that I didn't like and didn't want to sign up for: http://web.archive.org/web/20130323001829/http://www.aapaoccmed.org/Default.aspx?pageId=770961 (Note that this is an Internet Archive link) I said as much, and now, a few months later, I got a very polite email from the society president: "My name is Regina White. I am the president of AAPA-OM. I just wanted to inform you that we r
  5. I just wrote this on the Huffington Post blog, based in part on my mostly productive and positive conversations here with PAs recently about what AAPA needs to do. I am running for the AAPA Board Secretary-Treasurer position in the April 1 election, and I hope you will take a look. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jim-anderson/physician-assistants_b_5013750.html Jim Anderson, PA-C, MPAS, ATC, DFAAPA (AAPA election page: http://www.aapa.org/about_aapa/leaders/resources/item.aspx?id=7390)
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