Health outcomes improve in states where nurse practitioners independently provide care

Many states do not allow advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) to perform primary care duties to their full potential; however, University of Missouri researchers say APRNs can help relieve the shortage of healthcare workers and expand access to care for underserved populations. In a recently published study, MU Sinclair School of Nursing researchers found that quality of health care is improved in states where APRNs are allowed to practice independently. —> Read More Here


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