New York prescribers
Six thousand physician's assistants and nurse practitioners can legally prescribe in New York state, Clinicians Publishing Group says in Jan. 31 letter to "The Pink Sheet" responding to a story about New York Medicaid prescribing rules (Jan. 24, p. 3). CPG points out that PAs and NPs "account for 15% of all prescriptions written nationally"
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