AAPA President David Mittman is excited about building on positive PA momentum and shares his priorities including making progress on OTP, supporting Constituent Organizations, expanding opportunities for PAs in telemedicine, supporting mental health initiatives, and advocating for the profession.
Conference on Demand is now live! Video-based sessions from AAPA 2019 in Denver, Colorado are now available. Check out the top five most popular sessions, which include managing outpatient hypertension, syncope assessments, sight-threatening conditions, sepsis, and more.
Create a professional health care community following best practices recommended by LinkedIn Senior News Editor - Healthcare Beth Kutscher, an AAPA 2019 guest speaker. Are you sharing, starting a conversation, including a photo, and mixing it up?
Erin Stutz, PA-C, works in pulmonary critical care in the medical ICU at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). She shares what her days are like, and why the upcoming Adult Hospital Medicine Boot Camp is worth your time.
Last week, MedPAC released its June 2019 Report to the Congress: Medicare and the Health Care Delivery System, which included a recommendation to eliminate “incident to” billing for PAs (physicians assistants) and advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) under the Medicare program.
Common questions during AAPA 2019 underscored that the gender wage gap, salary negotiations and diversity within teams remain top concerns for many PAs about to enter the job market. One tip is to arm yourself with information.
Medically complex patients who receive primary care from PAs can save up to $2,300 in total health care costs a year compared to physician patients, according to research presented by Perri Morgan, PhD, PA-C, with Duke University Medical School.