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Media Alert: Anesthesia Experts to Meet 9/9-9/15 in Washington, D.C.; Available to Discuss VA Proposed Rule on Full Practice Authority for APRNs, Opioid Overuse, and Other Healthcare Topics

Interview opportunities for reporters covering key healthcare issues affecting military veteran and/or civilian patients, and the anesthesia/healthcare providers who care for them.
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