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In Ohio, nurse practitioners push to lift restrictions on how they provide care

One in four health visits in the U.S. are now provided by non-physicians, as a growing number of nurse practitioners fill in critical health care gaps. But nurse practitioners say their work is hampered by outdated restrictions on providing care without physician supervision. Stephanie Sy reports from Ohio for our series, “Critical Care: The Future of Nursing.”

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