The Colorado Medical Board finalized rules on Aug. 17 to implement changes set forth in SB23-083: Physician Assistant (PA) Collaboration Requirements. This new law removes the requirement that a physician assistant be supervised by a physician or podiatrist except in certain circumstances.
Please review these documents to familiarize yourself with the nature of collaborative agreements, and when supervising agreements are instead appropriate.
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