Texas needs to develop a more efficient regulatory model when it comes to Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs). Currently, Texas law grants APRNs prescriptive authority under a site-based model first enacted in 1989 that included sites serving medically underserved populations. In the decades since, amendments added physician primary practice sites, then facility based practices and, finally, alternate practice ...more »
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