This is my blog that will highlight current issues, trends and policies affecting Nurse Practitioners and the health care system today.
I wonder why he didn't call us nurse practitioners instead of just nurses? Also, if we could get the insurance companies to recognize us as primary care providers and if FL would give us controlled substance rights, most of my troubles would disappear!
We have made gerat strides to just be at "the table" in this discussion. This is a time for NP's to be included and not an afterthought. We must support the efforts of AANP and Jan Tower to keep us in the forefront. These are very exciting times.
I really didn't want to leave this comment this way, but it's extremely relevant to this particular post:If you're interested, we've just posted a very current article examining how the new Healthcare Reforms are sure to impact nurses, including Nurse Practitioners:http://www.onlinenursingdegrees.org/nursingfacts/new-healthcare-nurse.htmPlease share with interested readers or use it to create a relevant (and important) dialogue.Regards,Jennifer Rotman
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