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The changing role of nurse practitioners

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States have changed restrictions on nurse practitioners

David Zetter, founder of Zetter HealthCare LLC, says states are loosening restrictions on nurse practitioners, in some cases no longer requiring them to have collaborative agreements with physicians in order to practice.

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