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ECONOMIC STUDY PROPOSES REMOVING ANTI-COMPETITIVE BARRIERS FOR APRNs AND PAs
"-WE PROPOSE THAT STATE POLICYMAKERS ENABLE APRNs AND PAs TO BE FULLY AUTHORIZED TO PRACTICE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE."
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Access to Care
MILLIONS OF AMERICANS RELY ON CRNAs FOR THEIR ANESTHESIA CARE, ESPECIALLY PREGNANT WOMEN, ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY AND VETERANS, THE ELDERLY, AND THOSE IN RURAL OR UNDER-SERVER COMMUNITIES
CRNAS are the predominate providers of anesthesia in 89% of the counties in Illinois.
31 Counties in Illinois
have no providers registered. 74% of these counties are surrounded by counties predominantly covered by CRNAS for access to anesthesia care.
CRNAS are the only providers of anesthesia in 29% of counties in Illinois.
OCTOBER 27-28, 2018
Promote and support the profession of nurse anesthesia in Illinois through health policy advocacy, education and transformational leadership to advance patient safety and access to quality care
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