What are your minimum standards for consultation between you as a nurse and your primary physician, as in 21 NVC 36.0810 (1) (A) -(B) (2) (3) (A) (C) and 21 NVC 32M (e) (1) (A) -B)) (2) (3) (A) –C)? This Nurse Practitioner/Physician consultation is different for the new graduate, the new Practitioner Nurse with the first admission to practice in North Carolina compared to a collaborative practice agreement between a nurse Practitioner previously admitted to the practice in North Carolina and another senior physician on call. This is not a complete list of questions or statements that should be considered for your collaborative practice agreement, but to guide your development of the collaborative practice agreement for your practice. Newly Certified Nurses (NPs) must submit the New York State Department of Education (SED) Form 4NP to the New York State Department of Education (SED) within 90 days of the start of professional practice. The NP is not required to submit an additional form 4NP to the SED. A completed Form 4NP is not synonymous with a collaborative practice contract. Form 4NP can be downloaded from the SED website by clicking here. A copy of the Collaborative Practice Agreement must be kept in the NP`s practical environment(s) and made available to the New York State Department of Education (SED). Here is a copy of a cooperation agreement for example (20 KB) that you can use as a template. Nurse Practitioners (PN) is required to practice written protocols reflecting the specialties of the practice in which the PR is certified. Protocols should also reflect current, accepted medical and care practice. Additional protocols in sub-specialties (e.g..B hematology, orthopedics, dermatology) suitable for the practice of NP may be used, but should not be taken into account in the cooperation agreement. What will be your process, developed by the nurse and primary caregiver for ongoing verification of care at each practice site, including a written plan for assessing the quality of care for one or more common clinical issues? Each nurse (NP) must enter into a written cooperation agreement with a physician in order to practice.
Cooperation agreements contain provisions that concern: there are a large number of New York and federal laws that affect the financial relationship between physicians. . . .