AARP backs legislation supporting NPs

03/25/2013 | Washington Post, The

The retiree advocacy group AARP is among the supporters of legislation filed or expected to be introduced in as many as 14 states to help nurse practitioners meet the primary care shortage. "We have a ready-made, no-added-cost workforce in place that could be providing care at a much higher level if we modernize our state laws," said Tay Kopanos, AANP's vice president of state governmental affairs.

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