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Blinding-Disease Surgery Is Done Safely in Villages, by Nonphysicians

Specially trained nurses and health assistants are as effective as ophthalmologists in performing vision-preserving surgery for a blinding disease called trachoma trichiasis, a new review has found.// The review also found that village-based surgery was as safe and effective as surgery perform...

AACE/AIUM develop physician certification and accreditation in thyroid/parathyroid ultrasound

...yroid/parathyroid ultrasound. In addition to physician training, quality of care is also determined by the qualifications of sonographers and other nonphysicians who may perform the exams, the maintenance and calibration of the ultrasound machines, the content, accuracy, and timeliness of reports, the implement...
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H and P A Nonphysicians Guide To the Medical History and

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AMNews: Aug. 24, 2009. Medicare pay for services by nonphysicians comes ...

... to' rule is allowing care to be provided by nonphysicians who lack the necessary qualifications. ... rules for use of nonphysicians. See related content. Topic: ...

AMNews 8/24 Medicare pay for services by nonphysicians comes under scrutiny

Nonphysicians who were not appropriately qualified performed 21% of the services ... OIG also found that nonphysicians with inappropriate qualifications performed 7 ...

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Article: Ama's Scope Of Practice For Nonphysicians

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