Wisconsin uses more NPs, PAs to bridge health care gap

10/24/2011 | Daily Herald (Wausau, Wis.)

Central Wisconsin-based Aspirus, Ministry Health Care and Marshfield Clinic have increased their use of nurse practitioners and physician assistants during the past decade to help manage physician shortages. Both professions, which state officials said could help bridge the gap in health care, receive formal training and can be aided, if needed, by attending physicians in providing patient care.

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