Lace regulations in texas texas board of nursing 2018

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LACE REGULATIONS IN TEXAS(TEXAS BOARD OF NURSING 2018)Compact stateRestricted practice/ Collaboration agreement with MD requiredRegulated by the Texas Board of Nursing and Medical BoardMust complete master’s level or higher
CONTINUITY ACROSS STATE REGULATION BOARDS?(NATIONAL COUNCIL OF STATE BOARDS OF NURSING, 2018)Set clear, common standards for education, certification, and licensure across all states (Stanley, 2009)SetAdopt the consensus model to regulate APN practice in all statesAdoptGrant full practice authority for nationwide practiceGrant
CONTINUITY ACROSS STATE REGULATION BOARDS CONT.Lobbying of legislators for unification of APRN regulatory requirement in all states Evaluation of the impact of APRN restrictive practices by statesadvocacy for full practice for APRN’s by nursing associations regulatory Boards accepts consensus model(National Council of State Boards of Nursing, 2018)(
INDEPENDENCE PRACTICE ADVANTAGEEnables easy accessibility to health caredirectly accountable to the public and board of NursingReduction in health care costReduces shortage of Primary careQuality of care and patient satisfaction (Gadbois, Edward, Tyler, & Intrator, 2015).allows APRN to bill InsuranceFewer hospital admissions Enables opportunity for more frequent routine check up (Gadbois, Miller, Tyler, & Intrator, 2015) Decreased Morbidity and mortality
CONCLUSIONLACE IS DIVIDED BY FOUR ADVANCED NURSE PRACTICE, IT PROVIDES STANDARDIZATION AMONG STATES.SCOPES OF PRACTICE IS DIFFERENT IN EACH STATESRESTRICTIVE /REDUCED PRACTICE AUTHORITY CREATES BARRIERSAPRN SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO PRACTICE INDEPENDENTLY TO RESOLVE THE HEATH CARE CRISIS ACROSS STATESNATIONAL/LOCAL ORGANIZATION LOBBY LEGISLATIVE FOR SCOPE OF PRACTICE(NATIONAL COUNCIL OF STATE BOARDS OF NURSING, 2018)

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