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I am a Physician Assistant in Maryland.
I am concerned about the affects of changes taken without my consent, place on our new Delegation Agreements, by my employer without my input - these are the new applications for licensure approval by our State's Med. Board. The changes are not what was agreed to with our Physician supervisor, changes imposed by my employer (a hospital). If you are experienced, and possibly an Attorney or Para-legal with experience with Physician Assistant issues, please respond and I will explain more in depth.



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Your posting is confusing. If there are new government rules, why does the hospital need your input or to follow your approach to make its decisions?

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