APRN Prescriptive Authority Resources

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December
5

Thanks to the continued work of the CAPNI-led coalition of stakeholders, the push to retire the collaborative practice agreement requirement for APRN prescriptive authority continues to gain momentum. Grassroots advocacy (individual nurses contacting the legislators that represent them) will improve the likelihood that this initiative successfully completes the legislative process and becomes law. You can help by contacting your state legislators to educate them about the issue. Here are some materials to help:

Lookup your state legislators

Talking Points to Modernize APRN Practice

American Enterprise Institute Study on NPs

JGIM – Supply of Healthcare Providers in Relation to County Socioeconomic and Health Status

Health Affairs – Rural and Nonrural Primary Care Physician Practices Increasingly Rely on Nurse Practitioners