Monday, April 14, 2014
SEMINAR OFFERS POINTERS ON CHANGES IN SUPERVISING MIDLEVEL PRACTITIONERS
One of TMA’s biggest successes in the 2013 Texas Legislature was passing a law that sets up a more collaborative, delegated practice among physicians and advanced practice nurses or physician assistants. The law firmly establishes the physician-led medical team, allows all involved to practice at their level of education and training, and places more authority and responsibility on the physician to supervise. TMA is launching a new statewide seminar series May 7 to help you make the most of the new law and comply with its requirements. We’ve also updated our publication, Nonphysician Practitioners: Hiring, Billing, and Delegation of Duties for an NPP to reflect all the changes.
Posted by Steve Levine at 5:33 PM