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Hospitals and Critical Access Hospitals


In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

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In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

In 2014, CMS announced a final rule that includes the ability for "qualified dietitians and other qualified nutrition professionals" to order therapeutic diets if consistent with state law and authorized by the hospital's governing body. The Academy advocated for this rule, and continues to work with state affiliates to ensure state laws and hospital policies facilitate RDNs working to the full extent of their scope of practice.

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