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Regulating PAs Through State Law

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    Each state has its own laws and regulations on what physician assistants may and may not do within their practice.  Host Lisa D'Andrea Lenell is joined by two guests for her discussion on state law. PA Ann Davis, director of state government advocacy and outreach with the American Academy of Physician Assistants discusses six key elements that help determine good state law for the PA practice. PA Beth Grivett, legislative chair for the California Academy of Physician Assistants, talks about how she lobbied and succeeded in removing restrictions on PAs when it comes to performing and signing physicals for the division of motor vehicles in California.

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    Each state has its own laws and regulations on what physician assistants may and may not do within their practice.  Host Lisa D'Andrea Lenell is joined by two guests for her discussion on state law. PA Ann Davis, director of state government advocacy and outreach with the American Academy of Physician Assistants discusses six key elements that help determine good state law for the PA practice. PA Beth Grivett, legislative chair for the California Academy of Physician Assistants, talks about how she lobbied and succeeded in removing restrictions on PAs when it comes to performing and signing physicals for the division of motor vehicles in California.

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Schedule24 Jul 2024