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Stephen H. Hanson, PA-C

Stephen H. Hanson, PA-C

Stephen H. Hanson, MPA, PA-C, DFAAPA, is a 30-year PA currently practicing in Bakersfield, Calif., in plastic and reconstructive surgery with the Grossman Burn Centers. Hanson has served in many specialties during the span of his career including public health, OB/GYN, occupational injury, urgent care and emergency medicine. E-mail him here.
 

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A new Missouri law creates a licensed healthcare provider called an “assistant physician.” What this means for physicians and the healthcare system.

While use of an EHR has clear benefits to patients the technology is still in its infancy and can threaten patient safety in certain situations.

The scope of practice of new PA graduates today is quite different than it was decades ago.

Speech recognition software can ease the transition to EHRs, but medical practices must take some important considerations.

The significant value of physician/physician assistant teams is confirmed by a recently published MGMA report.

Infectious disease experts recently issued guidance on healthcare personnel attire. Here's what they recommended, and why.

Sometimes the simplest ideas are the most powerful change agents in improving the quality and consistency of medicine.

Physicians must join physician assistants (PAs) in addressing misconceptions and misinformation about the PA profession.

Medical practices and hospitals must support their aging healthcare providers who may face the biggest challenges during EHR implementations.

Physicians, physician assistants, and other healthcare professionals have a unique opportunity to help prevent burn injuries.

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