Georgia Medical Board Collaborative Agreement
The prescriptive NPA needs a protocol agreement dealing specifically with the drafting of orders. The delegated physician is supposed to be a comparable specialist. Forms and instructions are available from the Georgia Composite Medical Board (medicalboard.georgia.gov/aprn-forms). The provisions for this provision are contained in Section 360-32 of the Administrative Code (rules.sos.state.ga.us/gac/360-32). I believe that inter-professional cooperation is essential. Cooperation is needed to ensure that health care providers can face the myriad challenges patients and clients can face. The fragmentation of health care has not produced the results we want. As a professional, I practiced the theories and beliefs of theories and beliefs of the likes of Florence Nightingale, Jean Watson and Maslow, who created the hierarchy of needs. I think it is essential to ensure holistic or holistic care. Integral care includes mind, body and mind and thinks about the environment and the community of patients we serve, including economic circumstances. To do this, we have accepted the value of each team member and we are working together to achieve goals such as Healthy People 2020.
To do so, we must not see ourselves as competitive usurpers or adversaries, but as complementary, essential and necessary members to provide the continuum of care appropriately. According to OCGA 43-34-25 version of the law, the APRN has signed its own name on the recipes. This type of protocol agreement must be submitted to the Medical Review Board within 30 days of signing (with a $150 fee) and a copy must be kept in your office. If the NPA also prescribes controlled substances, it must not use the DEA number issued to its cooperating physician, but must have its own DEA number. DEA numbers are only issued for 3 years at a time, at a price of $731. If your doctor wants you to write for controlled substances, ask them to pay these fees because they require something you wouldn`t otherwise have to practice. Don`t be persuaded to use your number instead to save money, because it`s against the law! More importantly, the name of APRN on all these recipes allows us to recognize ourselves as legitimate suppliers, without fear of being monitored and monitored. A written report is required between the NNP and the supervisory physician. The protocol defines the medical procedures delegated by the doctor and provides for immediate consultation with the doctor. Ga.
Regeln and Regs. No. 410-11-.14 Thanks for publishing this information. It`s clear and concise. I`m going to share it with my medical administrator! Yes, I felt limited. When it comes to a child with ADHD or something that requires a Schedule II prescription, it can be problematic if there is no doctor around because they have to unsubscribe on the script. Or if I want to get involved as a doctor, I have to have a medical partner at the initiative. I do not like that the insurance rules also differ from state to state and that some insurance companies do not fully recognize or reimburse NPs.
I think that once the FPA is recognized in all states, things will be easier and more fluid for everyone. It is surprising that GA was one of the last states to have normative authority.