Nurse practitioners pitch idea to boost rural Alabama care
Huntsville Times, January 15, 2008
Alabama's nurse practitioner rules limit their ability to write prescriptions and require them to be paired with a collaborating physician. But a proposed bill drafted by the Nurse Practitioners Alliance of Alabama would relax the rules and make it easier for trained nurse practitioners to work in poor, rural counties where medical care is scarce.
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