Telehealth is reshaping the way doctors and patients interact while expanding access to care, and is a promising solution to many of the challenges facing health care delivery in the United States.
CANP President Karen Bradley reflects on some key achievements and milestones along with important business still to be wrapped up this summer, all while laying the groundwork for what promises to be a busy fall.
CANP Attorney Melanie Balestra explores how an expunged conviction for a criminal offense can impact a nurse practitioner’s ability to be licensed to practice in California.
An NSO malpractice case study documents a nurse practitioner’s liability in a matter where a patient maintained that vital aspects of their condition were being tracked and treated by another provider.
Are NPs legally able to work as independent consultants while employed full-time? Are NPs classified as exempt or non-exempt in California? See what our experts have to say.