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The news media is very interested in the dynamic growth of the PA profession. Increasing demand and a new awareness of their solid education, rigorous certification and strong capabilities have peaked the interest of healthcare journalists.

To the right are articles that have been published, written about, or authored by, certified PAs. Check back here regularly for updates.

 

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Supporting ImageMary Katherine Charles, PA-C writes about "How PAs Can Bring Concierge Medicine to Your Practice"Physicians PracticeHow PAs Can Bring Concierge Medicine to Your Practice
Supporting ImageBecker’s ASC Review uses NCCPA’s 2016 Statistical Profile report in its coverage: 15 Things to know about the Modern Physician AssistantBecker’s ASC Review 15 things to know about the modern physician assistant
Supporting ImageCertified PA Kevin Free talks about "How Hospital Medicine Can Get the Most from NPs and PAs"MedscapeHow Hospital Medicine Can Get the Most from NPs and PAs
Supporting ImageListen to PAs Taking the Modern Medical Practice with Dawn Morton-RiasPodcast interview PAs Taking the Modern Medical Practice by Storm
Supporting ImageCertified PA Janelle Hanna shares her knowledge of Telehealth as a Way to Deliver HealthcarePhysicians Practice Telehealth as a Way to Deliver Healthcare
Supporting ImageNCCPA President Dawn Morton-Rias authors an article on Certified PAs providing high quality, cost-effective careInsurance Thought Leadership A Way to Reduce Healthcare Costs
Supporting ImageDawn Morton-Rias, EdD, PA-C says in an article in Forbes "The profession is young and the demand for well-qualified providers is expanding. Certified PAs contribute greatly to the value-based care model and offer a solution to the nation’s need to provide access to care at a sustainable cost.”ForbesThe profession is young and the demand for well-qualified providers is expanding
Supporting ImageNCCPA President and CEO Dawn Morton-Rias shares "Ways to Best Use Certified PAs in Practice"Physicians PracticeWays to Best Use Certified PAs in Practice
Supporting ImageDawn Morton-Rias, EdD, PA-C makes "The Case for PAs"Physician Leadership JournalThe Case for Physician Assistants
Supporting ImageDawn Morton-Rias, EdD, PA-C and Ken Ferrell (PA from first Duke University graduating class) share thoughts on the 50th Anniversary of the PA professionNPR Radio (Start at 20-minute mark)50th Anniversary of the PA profession
Supporting ImageFormer NCCPA Board Chair Viki Kaprielian, M.D. and NCCPA Board Member Joel Kase, D.O., offer their colleagues reasons to invite Certified PAs into their practiceAAFP’s Family Practice ManagementInvite PAs into your practice
Supporting ImageNCCPA just release its updated Statistical Report of Certified PAs by StateNCCPAStatistical Report of Certified PAs by State
Supporting ImageCertified PA Kendra Thomsen explains how PAs Alter the Course of Chronic Kidney DiseasePhysicians PracticePAs Alter the Course of Chronic Kidney Disease
Supporting ImageNCCPA President and CEO Dawn Morton-Rias shares “Ways to Best Use Certified PAs in Practice” Physicians PracticeWays to Best Use Certified PAs in Practice
Supporting ImageNCCPA President and CEO Dawn Morton-Rias discusses the importance of lifelong learning, a cornerstone of the PA professionHealth System ManagementLessons in Lifelong Learning

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