Arkansas Academy of Physician Assistants

Last week, Congress passed and the President signed into law a provision that allows PAs to manage and provide hospice care to Medicare patients. The new law also allows PAs to supervise cardiac...

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This morning the Arkansas State Medical Board conducted a public hearing on regulation 2 concerning excessive prescribing of opioid medications. There were numerous public comments both for and...

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If you would be willing to offer students the opportunity to shadow you and see what being a physician assistant would be like, then we ask you to go through your profile and offer a preceptorship....

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In a recent Arkansas State Medical Board Meeting, the one hour requirement for Supervision Physicians and proximity of PAs was unanimously voted to be removed. This will not likely go in effect...

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Welcome! We have been working hard to improve our website for AAPA members that better connects us as a group, as well as with members within the Physician Assistant community. We look forward to...

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Friday, October 6, 2017 Posted by: Chris Davis The public hearing involving a proposed amendment to Regulation 24 that was originally scheduled for October 5, 2017 has been postponed. The Arkansas...

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Sunday, September 17, 2017 Posted by: Chris Davis A new Prescription Drug Monitoring Program legislation went into effect on August 1st, 2017. Act 820 of 2017 mandates that a prescriber access the...

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Physician assistants (PA) are part of the answer to our shortage of medical professionals that is limiting access to health care. It’s an increasing problem across the country, especially in rural...

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