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The Doctor Squared Movement: An Alternative to Regulatory Burden

By WES FISHER, MD and PAUL TIERSTEIN, MD The 4th amendment of the U.S. Constitution shields an individual (or business) from unreasonable government intrusion. It is inferred this right extends to ALL people, regardless of profession.  Advanced nurse practitioners are independently practicing medicine in 23 states yet are not subject to onerous Maintenance of Certification
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