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Let me provide a short background story for anyone who isn’t familiar with the recent happenings in Florida: There was legislation was pending, allowing independent practice in primary care for PAs and NPs in Florida under specific rules. To pass legislation, differences in the House and Senate bills have to be reconciled. The simplest thing to do would be to include PAs in the house bill and boom; there would be independent practice for both groups. The Senate bill made the provisions for PAs and NPs, yet when the companion bill was released in the
Received this email from AAPA today: Dear AAPA Member, Let's strengthen the voice of the PA profession in the U.S. Congress. AAPA’s Political Action Committee, PA PAC, would be one of the nation's strongest healthcare PACs if each AAPA member contributed $25. It is essential that we grow PA PAC in order to build even greater bipartisan support for the PA profession on Capitol Hill. Congress’ mid-term elections are fast approaching. The outcome will shape the healthcare agenda for years to come, includin
Hi everyone, I am a physician assistant student interested in current legislation issues concerning PA practice in the state of Texas. If anyone has any links to resources regarding this topic I would be very appreciative. I am looking for both current legislation issues concerning PAs as well as legislation that has not passed but that would improve a PAs' scope of practice in the state of Texas. Thank you!