How do you compensate nurse practitioners?

Schriver, Deron
February 2012
MGMA Connexion;Feb2012, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p13
Several blogs related to compensation of nurse practitioners (NPs) including salaries based on specialty, hours of work and production incentive are discussed.


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