The place for the latest state and federal advocacy news from the OAPA and the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA).
The Oklahoma Legislature look to PAs to provide them with information on health care decisions affecting their communities. It is crucial that PAs make their voices heard and together we can achieve the profession’s legislative priorities.
During the 2020 legislative session, OAPA’s priority bill, SB1915 passed and was signed by Governor Stitt. It became active on August 27, 2020. OAPA is working with the State Medical Board as rules need to be adjusted accordingly.
**If you are changing positions or need to add a delegating physician before the new practice agreement form has been made, you can continue to use form 5 for now, but there is NO FEE and NO APPROVAL process. It needs to be emailed to the Medical Board within 10 business days of employment.**