NPs gain traction in U.S. through cost-effective care

03/12/2010 | USA Today

Advocates for nurse practitioners say they will help fill the gap in primary care providers while keeping costs down, and more state legislatures are considering measures to expand their capabilities and reduce supervision requirements. A bill under review in Kentucky would remove some limits on NPs practice authority.

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