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Coalition for Nurses in Advanced Practice Coalition for Nurses in Advanced Practice Education & Advocacy for Texas APRNs About Contact CNAP CNAP Leadership Education Archives APRN Practice Licensure Prescribing Archives Health Policy Texas Legislation Rules & Regulations Texas Register Reports Provider Reimbursement Managed Care Medicare Medicaid Medical Billing Store Sample PAA Facility-Based Protocols APRN Guide – 1st Time APRN Guide – Repeat APRN Guide – Student FAQ’s Membership New Member Registration Login Password Recovery Terms of Service Coalition for Nurses in Advanced Practice About Contact CNAP CNAP Leadership Education Archives APRN Practice Licensure Prescribing Archives Health Policy Texas Legislation Rules & Regulations Texas Register Reports Provider Reimbursement Managed Care Medicare Medicaid Medical Billing Store Sample PAA Facility-Based Protocols APRN Guide – 1st Time APRN Guide – Repeat APRN Guide – Student FAQ’s Membership New Member Registration Login Password Recovery Terms of Service Prescribing Texas laws on APRN prescriptive authority. Learn more Managed Care Becoming a managed care provider. Learn more Rule Updates APRNs must know rules regulating their practices. Learn more APRN Guide Must-have publications for APRNs in Texas. Learn more Texas Medicaid Program: Basic Informa... May 30, 2016 Written by lynda What is Medicaid? Medicaid is jointly funded by Federal and State governments to assist states in providing medical and long-term care assistance to people who meet certain eligibility criteria. Within broad national guidelines established by Federal statutes and Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) regulations and policies, each State (1) establishes its own eligibility […] Medicaid, Provider Reimbursement Read More Leave a Comment Medicare – Basic Information fo... April 29, 2016 Written by lynda In 1965, the Social Security Act established the Medicare and Medicaid Programs. Medicare is a federal health insurance program that provides coverage to over 55 million Americans including: People age 65 or older Some people under age 65 with disabilities People with End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Medicare coverage is divided into coverage got hospitalization (Part A), outpatient […] Medicare, Provider Reimbursement Read More Leave a Comment Is an APRN or PA Hospital Facility-Ba... April 23, 2016 Written by lynda Follow this algorithm to determine if all or part of an APRN’s or PA’s practice is hospital facility-based for purposes of delegating prescriptive authority. If the APRN’s or PA’s clinical responsibilities include both ambulatory care and hospital settings, go through the algorithm separately for each aspect of the job in which the APRN or PA […] APRN Practice Read More Leave a Comment Texas Controlled Substances Registrat... March 25, 2016 Written by lynda The Texas Controlled Substances Registration (CSR) is issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). It is, therefore, commonly referred to as a DPS permit or CSR. For decades, Texas has required any person prescribing, purchasing or supplying controlled substances (CSs) in the state to have a Texas CSR, in addition to the federal […] APRN Practice, Prescribing Read More Leave a Comment Texas Register Reports January 18, 2016 Written by lynda CNAP staff reviews the Texas Register each week, and reports items of direct interest to APRNs. Check this page regularly to identify proposed or adopted rules that affect your practice. Also check notices for any state agency meetings that you might want to attend in your area. Below are some rules and notices that may […] Health Policy, Rules & Regulations Read More Leave a Comment Rules and Regulations January 11, 2016 Written by lynda Why Are Rules & Regulation Important to APRNs? Most APRNs understand why changing legislation to remove practice barriers is important, but far fewer understand the role that regulation plays in achieving this goal. Without regular participation in the regulatory process by APRNs and the organizations that represent them, state agencies often overlook APRNs as potential providers […] Health Policy, Rules & Regulations Read More Leave a Comment What is an APRN? December 29, 2015 Written by lynda APRNs are registered nurses with advanced education in one of four APRN roles. They include clinical nurse specialists, nurse anesthetists, nurse-midwives, and nurse practitioners. APRNs are licensed by each state’s board of nursing. The Texas Board of Nursing licenses over 20,000 APRNs. APRNs are educated at the graduate level (master or doctoral degree), and are always […] FAQ's Read More Leave a Comment Prescribing in Texas December 27, 2015 Written by lynda Overview of APRN Prescriptive Privileges in Texas Updated February 2014 There are two primary limitations on prescriptive authority for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) in Texas. Prescriptive Authority must be delegated by a physician through a written document prescribed by law; and Certain limitations apply to prescribing Controlled Substances (CSs). Site-Based and Distance Restrictions Eliminated […] Prescribing Read More Leave a Comment Getting Reimbursed December 27, 2015 Written by lynda Reimbursement: General Information Reimbursement is a central issue for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs). Getting paid for the services an APRN provides is essential to staying in business or staying employed. However, many health care institutions and insurers are caught in a quagmire of policies created only to credential and reimburse physicians. APRNs will not […] Managed Care Read More Leave a Comment CNAP History December 27, 2015 Written by lynda CNAP’s Beginnings Initial discussions regarding formation of a coalition of Texas advanced nursing practice nursing organizations occurred during summer 1991, after the third party reimbursement bill introduced in the 1991 Legislative Session died in committee. It became clear to many of those involved in APN organizations that more resources had to be dedicated to advanced […] Archives Read More Leave a Comment Products Facility-Based Protocols $60.00 A Guide for APRN Practice in Texas, 5th ed. - Student Buyer $99.00 A Guide for APRN Practice in Texas, 5th ed. - Repeat Buyer $75.00 A Guide for APRN Practice in Texas, 5th ed. - First time individual buyer $175.00 CNAP's Sample Prescriptive Authority Agreement $60.00 Categories APRN Practice (2) Archives (1) FAQ's (1) Health Policy (2) Managed Care (1) Medicaid (1) Medicare (1) Prescribing (2) Provider Reimbursement (2) Rules & Regulations (2) Recent Posts Texas Medicaid Program: Basic Information for Providers Medicare – Basic Information for Providers Is an APRN or PA Hospital Facility-Based? Texas Controlled Substances Registration To Be Eliminated on 9-1-16 Texas Register Reports evolve theme by Theme4Press ? Powered by WordPress

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