Can changing scope of practice laws in the United States alleviate the shortage of primary care physicians and stop ever-increasing healthcare spending?
Please join us at Saint Louis University School of Medicine on February 3rd for a discussion on the future of medical practice. We'll be focusing on the scope of practice of advanced practice providers, such as PAs and APRNs, as well as the Missouri's Assistant Physician Bill that allows medical students without residency training to practice medicine under supervision.
This event is held as part of the national Benjamin Rush Institute Student Leadership Conference.
-Charles Willey, MD, CEO & Chief Medical Officer of Innovare Health Advocates
-David Tannehill, DO, President of Missouri Board of Registration for the Healing Arts
-Paul Winter, PA, President of the Missouri Academy of Physician Assistants
-Stevan Whitt, MD, Chief Medical Officer of MU Health Care
-Moderator: Bradley Freeman, MD, Professor of Surgery at Washington University
Friday, February 3, 2017
Pre-event Reception: 6:30 - 7:00 pm
Panel Discussion: 7:00 - 8:30 pm
SLU Learning Resource Center, Pitlyk Auditorium A
3544 Hickory St., Saint Louis, MO 63104
Guest Parking will be available in the Hickory East Parking Garage, 3424 Hickory St.