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In This Issue
There's no doubt that a nurse practitioner or physician's assistant will ultimately make a busy day less hectic. But a solid and productive working relationship doesn't happen overnight. It requires effort.
Nurse practitioners and physician's assistants can be a real boon to a medical practice. These midlevel providers are able to see patients with routine problems, order X-rays and, in most states, prescribe medications. They often provide the extra attention that leads to happier patients.
If you've been on the sidelines about Medicare/Medicaid's Physician Quality Reporting Initiative, now might be
time to get in the game. The stakes have gotten higher for 2009.
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