Worcester Medicine publishes “New Mid-level Practitioner Regulations”

The Worcester District Medical Society published an article by Peter Martin in the May/June 2017 edition of its quarterly publication, Worcester Medicine, discussing the recently proposed amended regulations that will loosen restrictions on the use of “mid-level practitioners.”This new development will make it easier to continue to provide services to MassHealth patients by using lower-cost practitioners to perform nonphysician services.

Read the full article, ” New Mid-level Practitioner Regulations.”

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Peter Martin concentrates his practice on healthcare law, representing hospitals, long-term care facilities, physicians and other facilities and providers facing complex regulatory and contractual issues throughout Massachusetts and beyond. Peter’s clients include ambulatory care facilities, hospices, community health centers and home health agencies as well as social workers, counselors and psychologists.

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