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The positions of nurse practitioner and physician assistant were created approximately 30 years ago. Since then, the role and responsibilities of these individuals have developed and grown and now may include involvement in the care of hospitalized patients. The intent of this statement is to suggest a manner in which nurse practitioners and physician’s assistants may participate in and contribute to the care of the hospitalized child on the general inpatient unit, among other areas.
by Wendy J. Meyeroff
Monster Contributing Writer
Working alongside physicians, Bill Mahaffy has harvested arteries and treated patients in cardiac-care units, but he’s not a physician; he’s a physician assistant (PA), an occupation that is expected to be one of the fastest-growing over the coming years.
PAs, who work under the supervision of doctors, are highly trained, licensed healthcare professionals who treat and diagnose patients, perform various medical procedures and act as a liaison with nurses,
It’s one of the fastest growing careers in the country. Learn about how to get into a top program.
By Brian Burnsed
Posted August 6, 2010
After graduating from Manhattan College in 2004, Jason Lightbody had aspirations to pursue a career in the medical field, but didn’t want to sacrifice his personal life to the rigors of medical school, a residency, and life as a physician. He remembered being treated by a physician assistant for injuries he sustained as a soccer player at Methodist University during his first two years of school,
By Barbara C. Phillips, NP on June 15, 2010
Nurse Practitioners that accept Medicare in their practices need to be aware of how this will impact their practices. With the exception of Midwives, NPs are allowed only 85% of the physician allowable. Here is the update:
The Continuing Extension Act of 2010, enacted on April 15, 2010, extended the zero percent (0%) update to the 2010 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) through May 31,
This post focuses on a key question in health care reform — will there be enough doctors to go around? With plans to extend insurance to some 47 million people, the current primary care doctor shortage will only get worse, many say. One solution could be to increase the role of nurse practitioners.
The piece generated positive feedback and lots of interesting responses from readers across the spectrum about primary care, nursing and the reform debate.
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