Professional License Lawyer in North Carolina

July 2020

Nursing License Lawyer

Top 5 Things Nurse Practitioners Should Do If Operating a Medical Clinic With A Physician

#1: Obtain Your Own Malpractice Insurance, Possibly Okay, so this is more of advice in case you have a complaint or lawsuit filed against you. It’s still good advice. Check with your employer to see if their medical malpractice insurance covers you. If your employer says you’re covered, then politely ask for a copy of […]

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Nursing License Defense Attorney

North Carolina Nurse Practitioners Must Know These 6 Things If They Are Prescribing Medication

#1: Include Prescribing/dispensing Authority In The Collaborative Practice Agreement The collaborative practice agreement (CPA) must specify that the nurse practitioner is going to be prescribing and/or dispensing medication If the nurse practitioner is going to be prescribing controlled substances, then it must be clear in the CPA which controlled substances the NP is authorized to

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NC License Defense

Nurse Practitioners Have to Know These 5 Things in Order to Have a Solid Collaborative Practice Agreement

#1: You Must Have A Primary (Partner) Physician In order for a nurse practitioner to obtain approval to practice from the NC Medical Board and the NC Board of Nursing, he/she must work with a licensed NC physician under a collaborative practice agreement Ideally, this primary physician should be someone with whom you have previously

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