Are the physicians required to co sign PA documentation Yes cosignature

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Are the physicians required to co-sign PA documentation Yes, cosignature requirements are determined at the practice level by the supervising physician. Do some further research and answer the following questions. Compare the results for Florida with those from Texas, Alabama, and Pennsylvania. Outline the differences.
“Licensure” As a Regulatory Term FL Yes TX Yes AL Yes PA Yes Full Prescriptive Authority Yes Yes Yes Yes Scope of Practice Determined on Site Yes Yes Yes Yes Adaptable Supervision Requirements No Yes No No Cosignature Requirements determined at the practice level Yes Yes No No No Limit on Number of Pas As a Physician Can supervise No, more than 4 No, more than 4 No, more than 4 No, more than 2 Offer an opinion for the difference in the number of Pas physicians can supervise among these states. The American Academy of Physician Assistants suggests that state laws addressing the supervision of PAs avoid limiting the number of physician assistants that may be supervised by a single MD. Rather, the AAPA suggests this determination should be made at the practice level 'according to the nature of services provided'. Most state laws, however, don't follow suit. Currently, 40 states delineate a maximum number of physician assistants a physician may supervise at one time. Those that do not limit the number of PAs an MD can supervise include Alaska, Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Montana, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Vermont.
Critique Alabama’s co-signature requirement. As an HIM manager, what

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