ANA's Daley: APRNs can help address the primary care gap

08/9/2013 | NBC News

Advanced practice registered nurses are in a position to help alleviate a shortage of health care providers that is expected to worsen once the Affordable Care Act is fully implemented, but they will be more effective if all states allow them to practice to the full extent of their training and education, experts say. "It's really about making sure that nurse practitioners are practicing to the full extent of their licensing and their training," ANA President Karen Daley said.

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