More Bonuses A new bill proposed in the New Jersey State Senate would revise requirements for licensure and create physician-delegated scope of practice for physician assistants. The bill would expand the scope of practice for physician assistants in the state, including ordering prescribing, dispensing, and administering of drugs and medical devices that are delegated by the supervising physician. The bill would permit physician assistants to provide any medical service that is delegated by a physician within the physician assistant's skill set. A physician may also provide medical services beyond the procedures listed in the bill so long as they have a signed delegation agreement with their supervising physician.
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