What PA Practice Looks Like in Neuro-Oncology

Young-Bin Song, MCHS, PA-C, describes his practice at a multi-disciplinary neuro-oncology/radiation oncology brain tumor clinic at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Communicating with the patient population, he relates, requires preparation, practice, and patience.

Get Help on Complex Reimbursement Policies

Reimbursement policy outlined in regulations and provider manuals can be incredibly complex and filled with jargon. Understanding the basic framework for reimbursement can help a PA stay on the right side of the law and maximize their value in their practice setting.

A Career in Orthopaedics: Why I Love the Specialty

Almas Abbas, PA-C, grew up playing sports – and getting injured. Her on-field experiences inspired an early interest in how the body works and how best to treat herself, and eventually led to a career as a PA in orthopaedics.

Country Living: Working as a PA in Rural Healthcare

Things are different in the country, and healthcare is no exception. PAs who leave the big city to work in the country are in for a unique and rewarding experience. Here’s what a few PAs had to say about working in a rural setting.

PAs Celebrate a Year of Unprecedented Wins at the State Level

State legislative wins in 2019 set in motion a positive shift for the PA profession, from eliminating the requirement for PAs to have an agreement with a physician to practice, to shifting from a supervisory model to a collaborative one.