Benefits of Hiring a PA

The Physician Assistant (PA) is a delegate for the physician, treating the patient in the style and manner developed and directed by the supervising physician. PA practice is centered on patient care and may include educational, research and administrative activities.BENEFITS TO THE PRACTICE

  • Quicker scheduling
  • General increase in net income
  • Enlarging the practice size while saving the physician(s) time
  • Expansion of office sites
  • Expansion of office hours
  • Triage of phone calls and test results
  • Office/personnel management role

BENEFITS TO THE PHYSICIAN

  • No addition to physician work load
  • Increased time to spend in operating room and the hospital
  • Increased time for “more complex” patient management
  • More openings for consultations
  • Increased time for procedures
  • More efficient hospital rounds
  • Help with medical record completion

BENEFITS TO THE PATIENT

  • More time per patient encounter
  • Extended office hours
  • Same day walk-in care
  • Increased access in reaching medical provider by phone

EXPANSION OF SERVICES

  • Patient education
  • Nursing home rounds
  • Women’s health
  • Home visit program
  • Rehabilitation/sports medicine program
  • Rural health clinic certification

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