While working on the front lines of the pandemic in New York, a Florida Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) learned firsthand the life-saving impact of removing barriers on CRNA practice.
As COVID-19 continues to rage, Nurse Practitioners are critical to expanding the capacity of our nation’s health care system.
Although APRNs are ready to help during times of need, they’re still being held back. Now is the time to advocate to permanently remove APRN practice barriers, especially in Georgia—the most restrictive state for nursing.
With health care ranked 50th in the nation, Mississippi can alleviate its physician shortage and improve access to quality health care for thousands of Mississippians by removing unnecessary restrictions on APRNs.
At a time when 1 million Kansans live in areas with primary care shortages, Kansas APRNs and physicians are in a turf war over assuring access to safe, quality care.
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) unique skills and expertise in advanced airway and ventilation management allow them to step forward to treat COVID patients in a way few others can.