Senate Bill Aims to Impose Licensure on Anesthesiologist Assistants
Sen. Jim Marleau has introduced a bill in the U.S. Senate to impose licensure on anesthesiologist assistants, according to a Belleville View report.
The legislation, if enacted, would impose regulations on anesthesiologist assistants, including $50 annual license fees and continuing education mandates.
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