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AIR DATE: June 27, 2013

The Nevada legislature changed the way nurse practitioners can practice in Las Vegas. Now, a qualifying nurse practitioner can work independently, without the collaboration of a physician. We'll discuss how this change could change the way health care is delivered in Nevada.

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Susan VanBeuge, Legislative Liason, Nevada Advance Practice Nurses Association

Marya Shegog, Director of Health Programs, Lincy Institute

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