Collaborative Agreement Physician Assistant Michigan

(d) a termination provision allowing the participating medical assistant or physician to terminate the contract of practice by written notification at least thirty days before the date of termination. f) A requirement that the participating physician verify the medical assistant`s certificates.5 NPs may be delegated and functions delegated by a physician and must fall within the scope of activity of the NP. This is me. Comp. Laws § 333.16215 (e) Subject to section 17048, the duties and responsibilities of the medical assistant and participating physician. The contract of practice does not include, as an obligation or responsibility of the assistant or participating physician, any act, task or function that the physician`s assistant or participating physician is not qualified by training, training or experience and that does not fall within the license of the participating physician or assistant. A practice contract is required between the medical assistant and a doctor. The statute defines the criteria set out in the agreement. This is me. Comp. Law §333.17047 (b) A protocol for designating an alternative physician for consultation in situations where the participating physician is not available for consultation. An AP may provide medical services under the supervision of a physician and only if the medical services fall within the scope of the nursing physician and are delegated by the attending physician.

This is me. Comp. Laws §333.17076 In addition, despite the requirement of written agreement, the law offers greater autonomy to the PAs. To the extent permitted by the Practice Agreement, a PA party to a Practice Agreement may prescribe drugs in accordance with prescribing procedures and protocols established by the State of Michigan.7 Under Public Law 379, licensed SAPs are now defined as independent «prescribers» under Michigan law.8 Accordingly, Michigan has eliminated the waiver of authorization requirements for controlled substances in Michigan. and PAs are now required to obtain a Michigan Control Substance License, in addition to maintaining the DEA license, previously required by state law. To the extent permitted by the contract of practice, a medical assistant may prescribe medications, including a controlled substance contained in Schedules 2 to 5 of Part 72, without the delegation of a physician.9 To the extent permitted by the practice contract, APs may also call homes, public institutions or go on tours. 10 Nor is a physician required to sign prescriptions written in the patient`s file by a PA with whom the physician has a practice contract. As of August 2018, 77 PRs in Michigan have received a federal declaration of non-compliance to treat opioid dependence with products containing buprenorphine. In accordance with its authority and appropriate training or experience, a NLP may receive a federal declaration of waiver for the dispensing of products containing buprenorphine, as long as the medical practitioner is certified, trained or authorized to treat and treat patients with an opioid use disorder. . .

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