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Some N.Y. nurse practitioners to be freed of doc supervision in 2015

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By Adam Rubenfire | December 30, 2014

A new year will bring new regulations for nurse practitioners in New York, many of whom will no longer require a physician's supervision to practice.

Nurse practitioners in New York with over 3,600 hours of clinical practice under their belt, beginning Jan. 1, will no longer be required to have a written collaborative agreement with a physician, nor will they be required to submit patient charts to a physician for review. Instead, experienced practitioners will only be required to have an established relationship with a physician or hospital for referral or consultation.

The new rules are a part of the Nurse Practitioner Modernization Act, signed into law with the state's budget in April.


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