Giving Md. NPs independence would improve health care access

10/22/2013 | Baltimore Sun, The

Removing scope of practice restrictions for nurse practitioners would help improve the health of people in Maryland, writes University of Maryland School of Nursing Dean Jane Kirschling and Patricia Travis, former president of the Maryland Nurses Association. Giving NPs independence will increase access to health care, helping patients get diagnoses, treatment and referrals faster.

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