Here is a PDF of a presentation you can use to explain to a local group (whether it’s at a school career day or rotary club) who Certified PAs are and what you can do for patients.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the PPT version and speaker notes.
Help your patients get to know you as a health care provider with this one-page flyer. It’s an excellent way to educate them on your qualifications, scope of practice and how you increase access to quality care.
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- Pass on these articles:
Read what Dawn Morton-Rias tells insurers/payers about the high quality, cost-effective care Certified PAs provide in A Way to Reduce Healthcare Costs, published in Insurance Thought Leadership.
See what Dawn Morton-Rias shares with the credentialing profession in the publication Synergy, the magazine of the National Association of Medical Staffing Specialists (NAMSS). Read Protecting High Quality Care Matters in an Unpredictable Healthcare Market.
Join the readers of Benefits Pro who are learning "How PAs Are Helping Control Health Care Costs, Expand Access."
Read the blog by Marisa Rodriguez, PA-C, on How Certified PAs Contribute to Pediatrics in Physicians Practice.
View the most recent press release from NCCPA: Certified PAs Transform Specialty Healthcare Teams. The 2016 Statistical Report of Certified PAs by Specialty has detailed information on 22 different specialties.
Read what Certified PA Janelle Hanna shares about Telehealth as a Way to Deliver Healthcare in a Physicians Practice blog.
Listen to PAs Taking the Modern Medical Practice by Storm, a podcast interview with Dawn Morton-Rias.
Jessie Dorne, PA-C, offers insight to physicians about how certified PAs help “Expand Practice with Urgent Care Services”, a blog recently published in Physicians Practice.
Kristi Kincheloe, PA-C writes about “Bridging the Gap, How PAs Serve Mental Health Patients” in Physicians Practice.
Sarah Cawley, PA-C, draws on personal experience in her blog “Being a Patient Makes Us Better Providers,” recently published in Physicians Practice.
Dawn Morton Rias, NCCPA President and CEO, writes about the 10 Ways Certified PAs Improve Quality, Reduce Cost in the cover story of Managed Healthcare Executive.
In Health Affairs Blog, Dawn Morton Rias, explains to policy makers How PAs Factor Into Improved CMS Patient Satisfaction Scores.
Meeting the Challenge of Patient Engagement is a HealthLeaders cover story that includes quotes from Dawn Morton-Rias, NCCPA president and CEO, and Dr. Thomas Bat, founder of North Atlanta Primary Care, about how PAs can make a big difference in patient engagement and satisfaction.