Equal pay for equal work still eludes independent nurse practitioners
They say Medicare, CCOs, private insurers all impose unnecessary roadblocks that make it tough for them to run their own businesses.
After 11 years of running her own business as a nurse practitioner and caring for thousands of patients, Teri Bunker fantasizes about a day when she – and all of her counterparts across the country – might refuse to see patients, to draw attention to the discrimination her profession faces.
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