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AAPA

 
American Academy of Physician Assistants.

AAPA

American Academy of Physician Assistants.

AAPA

AAPA

Abbreviation for American Academy of Physician Assistants.
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A survey done in 1989 by the AAPA indicates that 51% of pathologists' assistants work at community hospitals.
In 1905, the AAPA merged with the Federation of Societies of Public Accountants in the United States (a loose connection of state accounting organizations) and kept the AAPA name; many CPAs viewed the merger as the first step in obtaining uniform national standards for the profession.
AAPA was founded in 1912 and today represents 160 of the leading public port authorities in the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean.
About AAPA Founded in 1968, the American Academy of Physician Assistants is the national professional society for PAs.
He is the AAPA liaison to ACPE and editor of MD/MBA: Physicians on the New Frontier of Medical Management (American College of Physician Executives, 1998).
In terms of its operations, the AAPA pursues two broad tasks.
The honor bestowed upon me, by the AAPA certainly is welcome, and I hope to continue to be worthy of it," says Audie Horn.
A recent Harris Poll commissioned by AAPA shows that 93 percent of patients who have seen a PA in the last year agree that PAs are going to be part of the solution to address the shortage of healthcare providers, especially as more insured individuals enter the healthcare system.
This is the eighth year that AAPA has co-sponsored this conference in Tampa, and it has proven to be one of the most meaningful and insightful programs our association has ever produced, said Kurt Nagle, AAPA s president and CEO.
The study, conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of AAPA, surveyed more than 1,500 U.
At this tender stage of the economic recovery, our nation simply cannot afford disruptions, let alone a shutdown, of any part of the ports system, said Kurt Nagle, AAPA president and CEO.