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Sleep study standard open for public comment

A proposed standard from Joint Commission would limit sleep study interpretation to physicians who are board certified in sleep medicine, who have completed a fellowship in sleep medicine, or who have demonstrated competence as attested to by a physician who is board certified in sleep medicine. PAs are encouraged to submit comments. The deadline is July 6. More

AAPA President Joins POLITICO Experts Panel on Scope of Practice in ACA Era

June 21, 2016 – AAPA President Jeffrey A. Katz, PA-C, DFAAPA, represented PAs on a POLITICO panel held on Capitol Hill today. Comprised of leading healthcare policy and medical experts, the panel examined several key issues, including broadening and enhancing the healthcare workforce particularly in primary care, mental health and aging. More