All APRNs in Texas who are not facility-based must establish a Prescriptive Authority Agreement with each delegating physician. CNAP’s Sample PAA allows purchasers to download the MS Word document. Pages 12-21 can be copied and pasted into a separate document and the detailed instructions guide users through modifying the PAA for the individual’s practice. This 42-page document contains a glossary and explains the requirements for APRNs establishing a PAA and prescribing dangerous drugs, medical devices, and controlled substances in Texas. It also explains the requirements for physicians delegating prescriptive authority and other medical acts to APRNs. While created for APRNs, the document also applies to prescriptive authority for physician assistants.
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