It is with great sadness that the ConnAPA Board of Directors notes the death of one its former Presidents and major contributors to the practice of medicine for PAs in Connecticut, Drew Morton, PA. Drew served not only as President in 2005. He worked tirelessly on numerous committees on both the state and national levels. […]
Dear ConnAPA Members, ConnAPA President Jason Prevelige has sent a letter to the NCCPA on behalf of Connecticut PAs expressing the Board of Director’s concerns about the proposed changes being considered for the recertification process. Detailed information about the possible changes is presented below in a posting sent out earlier. LETTER TO NCCPA Dear Connecticut […]
Also, a special late breaking session has been added to the schedule: : “Update from NCCPA: Focus on PI-CME and the Proposed PANRE Model” – Wednesday, April 6th at 12:45 PM
The nccPA Health Foundation challenges PAs to take responsibility for making a change to improve health and offers a funding opportunity to support PA efforts….
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Effective October 1, 2015, three changes in the Statutes regarding controlled substances went into effect which impact physician assistants. From Public Act 15-198: 1) Prior to prescribing greater than a seventy-two-hour supply of any controlled substance to any patient, the prescribing practitioner or such practitioner’s authorized agent who is also a licensed health care professional shall review the […]
Be prepared for the upcoming transition to ICD-10.
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