Professional Liability and Risk Management Concerns

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In addition, while professional liability insurance does not explicitly define scope of practice, APRNs will want to consider risk management concerns in their decision-making about including specific therapies and procedures in their practice. It is recommended that APRNs ensure that any procedure or practice undertaken is covered by a malpractice policy.

Please see the additional considerations for the APRN scope of practice:
  1. Scope and Standards of Practice
  2. State Law and Regulation
  3. Institutional Policies and Procedures
  4. Self-Determination
  5. Professional Liability and Risk Management Concerns (curent page) 

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