Maryland NPs want end to collaboration requirement

02/9/2010 | Nurse.com

Maryland nurse practitioners, who provide 40% of primary care in the state, support state legislation to remove the requirement that they collaborate with a physician to be able to practice. NPs have experienced a number of problems with the agreements, including trouble finding physicians in rural areas, having doctors charge NPs to sign on for the collaboration and a lengthy approval process.

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