Patients believe that PAs can be part of the solution to the health care crisis in the US.
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CMS investigates 2 hospitals for EMTALA violations related to abortion care for a pregnancy-related emergency.
The ICAN Act would allow APRNs to provide more comprehensive health care services to Medicare and Medicaid patients.
Nurses refute claims of a shortage and say many of the 1 million nurses with active licenses are not working because of unsafe staffing.
A high proportion of nonurgent blood draws in a single hospital occurred during early morning hours when patients were asleep.
Newly introduced bills aim to increase access to care for injured federal workers and therapeutic shoes for patients with diabetes.
Recent COVID-19 updates include a successful pacing program for people with long COVID symptoms, a blood marker for post-vaccine myocarditis, and the first home test-to-treat program.
To reduce benzodiazepine use postoperatively in older adults, researchers examined the effects of using melatonin instead.
NFID survey show beliefs about influenza and pneumococcal disease, as well as attitudes and practices around vaccination, including the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The rate of postvaccination health events was lower among pregnant persons than among similarly aged, nonpregnant female individuals following COVID-19 mRNA vaccinations.
Experts discuss the often hidden phenomenon of indirect billing of NPs and PAs and whether the 85% reimbursement rate for APPs is equitable.
Military hospitals are implementing therapy dog programs to support patients, families, and staff.
While food insecurity is a leading public health issue, research shows that nutrition security may be a better target for disease prevention strategies.
A single-session, nurse-led clinic staff education program on medication adherence leads to increased knowledge and practice changes at a FQHC.