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July 2015
In this Issue

  • ISMS Successfully Defends Against Scope Challenges

    • Reached a compromise that allows Advanced Practice Nurses greater flexibility while maintaining the collaborative agreement requirement and other patient safeguards.

    • Prevented IDFPR from contracting with the Illinois Psychological Association to audit compliance with continuing education requirements, a clear conflict of interest.

    • Averted proposed expansions of pharmacists’ authority to administer vaccines.

    • Blocked licensure of direct-entry midwives and “naturopathic physicians.”

    • Stopped an attempt by podiatrists to broaden their scope of practice by redefining the foot.

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