Travis Fogelman, PA-C , Daniella Benson, PA-C, Ed Woodford, PA-C Holding PA WEEK 2018 Governor Carney Proclamation

Colleen Davis, PA-C , Senator Tom Carper, Daniella Benson, PA-C: 2018 AAPA Legislation and Advocacy Summit, Washington, DC

Eileen DeAngelis, PA-C, proctoring DAPA’s CME Advanced Suturing and Wound Care Workshop

DAPA and Arcadia PA students:

Medical Society of Delaware 5K ITS OBVIOUS CAMPAIGN

Ed Woodford, PA-C, Present for the Bill signing of SB 227 Primary Care , Gov John Carney, along with Delaware physicians: Sept 2018

 

Physician Assistant Workforce Critical to Expanding Healthcare Access in Crowded U.S. Marketplace

  As the Affordable Care Act floodgates open, fast-growing PA profession recognizes National PA Week, Oct. 6–12 Alexandria, Va. — As millions of Americans sign up for health coverage, the nation’s fast-growing physician assistant (PA) workforce is already on the frontlines practicing

DPH Requests Discontinuance of Its MOLST Form

The State of Delaware Division of Public Health requests that all health care workers please discontinue any use of the State of Delaware Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatments (MOLST) form. It has been determined that health care professionals are using

New State Requirement for Practice/Delegation Agreement

Guidance on Practice/Delegation Agreements:   The State of Delaware now requires that each PA have a Practice or Delegation Agreement with their supervising physician and keep it on file at the practice. It is not required that this be submitted

APAO – 16th Annual Conference

The Association of Physician Assistants in Oncology will be hosting their 16th Annual Conference this year in Philadelphia.  September 19-22 at the Sheraton Society Hill.  Daily Agenda will include: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2013 Best of ASCO Topics to be determined FRIDAY,

Governor Markell signs PA Bill into Law

Gov. Jack Markell signs HB 349 into law, modernizing PA practice in Delaware In Attendance: Gregg Morris, DAPA president, Joe Zaweski, Bethany Hall-Long, the Senate sponsor, Mark Key, former DAPA pres., Gov. Markell, Rebecca Walker, the House sponsor, Kirsten Opalach, former