The Texas Medical Association has a number of tools to help physicians manage nonphysician practitioners (NPPs) properly. See TMA's online resources, as well as other helpful information, listed below to learn more about delegation of duties.
In the TMA Education Center:
- Publication: Nonphysician Practitioners: Hiring, Billing, and Delegation of Duties for an NPP, 2nd Edition
- On-demand Webinar Coming Soon!: NPP Regulations: Rules You Need to Know will teach you and your staff about the new required prescriptive authority agreements, quality assurance plans, and more. Physicians, NPPs, and office managers should all attend to learn their altered responsibilities under the new supervision framework and how to avoid legal pitfalls.