Wash. state allows more PAs to be supervised by a single doctor

08/1/2013 | American City Business Journals

Washington state now allows up to five physician assistants to be supervised by a single doctor, a change that could alleviate the shortage of primary care providers expected when the state's Medicaid expansion takes effect next year. The new law also lifts a requirement that doctors be available on site for 10% of the time a PA is practicing.

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