FTC Staff: Proposed Pennsylvania Legislation Affecting Nurse Practitioners Likely to Benefit Competition and Consumers while Promoting Principles of Economic Liberty Federal Trade Commission staff submitted written comments on the competitive impact of a legislative proposal to modify the supervision requirements imposed on advanced practice registered nurse-certified nurse practitioners (APRN-CNPs) in Pennsylvania. The comments respond to a request from Pennsylvania State Representative Jesse Topper and encourage the Pennsylvania legislature to pass the legislation, which will spur competition to benefit consumers, and also promote economic opportunity for nurse practitioners. The staff of the FTC’s Office of Policy Planning and Bureaus of Competition and Economics submitted comments regarding Pennsylvania House Bill 100, which seeks to allow the state’s Board of Nursing the authority to license APRN-CNPs to practice independently…

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