|Title||A Policy Analysis Case Study of How Access to Health Care Has Influenced Legislation that Impacts Physician Assistant Practice in the States of California, Maryland, and Texas|
|Author||Byous, Rosslyn S.|
|Summary||The purpose of this study was to review and analyze federal and state policies that have led to the development and implementation of legislation that impacts PAs' scope of practice in California, Maryland, and Texas. Three research questions dealt with workforce maldistributions, immigration trends and their ability to impact physician assistant (PA) practice options, and federal and state legislation that has enhanced or impeded the practice of PAs in the three study states.|
|Item Location||Johns Creek Office|
|Notes||Signed by author: "To Rod -- Thanks for your love & support -- Dr. Ross -- 10/01"|
Physician Assistants -- supply & distribution -- United States.
Health Manpower -- trends -- United States.
Medically uninsured persons -- United States.
Medical policy -- United States.
Health care reform -- United States.
|Source||Roderick S. Hooker|
|Physical Description||xii, 289 p.|