Neb. NP bill veto could hurt state's recruiting efforts

04/28/2014 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman's veto of a bill to allow nurse practitioners to practice independently could hurt state efforts to recruit more health care professionals and to reduce shortages of health care services. Tay Kopanos, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners' vice president for state governmental affairs, says integrated-practice agreements keep nurse practitioners from moving into rural areas when they cannot find physician partners.

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