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Public Act 379 of 2016



The new law Public Act 379 requires every Physician Assistant to have a practice agreement with a participating physician.  

A practice agreement must include protocols for a shared decision making process when a PA is providing medical treatment to a patient.  Practice agreements can, and should, be tailored to meet the needs of each practice setting.  

MAPA has designed this model practice agreement which includes everything required by law.*

For more details on what information is required within a practice agreement, please click here to access the PA 379 FAQs.

* The Michigan State Medical Society (MSMS) will soon release a model practice agreement for PAs.  Please bookmark this page for the most up-to-date Physician Assistant practice agreement details.




On March 31-April 1, 2017, MAPA is holding its annual Spring CME Conference in Midland, Michigan.  We have invited an exciting array of speakers to lecture on clinical and professional issues.  AAPA's Vice President of Reimbursement Michael Powe will be speaking.  There will be a panel discussion with MAPA's leadership on PA 379 and a speaker from BCBS to talk about Medical Fraud.  We hope you can attend.  For more information and to register, please click here.


MAPA is working every day to ensure that Michigan is a great place for PAs to practice medicine!  Are you a member?  Whether you own a practice or just graduated PA school, stay up to date with issues and laws that affect you.  Join MAPA today!


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