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Hi gang!  My wife and I are thinking of moving to NV next year and I can't seem to find any solid info on practice laws.  They seem to be favorable overall but it's important to me to maintain a decent scope of practice.  Background: I'm a supporter of OTP (actually, I was a supporter of FPAR), I currently work in CA (not the best state for PA practice, but not the worst), and have worked in NY and VT (which were both great with respect to practice laws.)

Can anyone provide insight, specifically around things like co-signature, "supervision" and general climate toward PAs?  In CA, we also have to list our collaborating physician's name on every chart we touch and every Rx we right.  Is this the same in NV? 

 

Thanks!

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It’s been a couple years but when I was in NV, Chart review was 10%, no requirement for supervising doc to be on chart or rz’s.  Full prescriptive authority 

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