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Ready to Advertise Your Practice? Know the Do's and Don'ts to Avoid Penalties, Discipline
Posted on: 7/5/2017

Illinois law allows physician advertising – but with some limits to ad content.

For example, it's ok to advertise your name and title, along with your specialty, office hours, address and telephone number. You may also advertise professional services that you are licensed to render.

What can’t you advertise? Some examples include enticing the public through claims of your superior quality of care or service fee comparisons with other physicians.

The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation closely monitors physician advertising for compliance. 

So avoid financial penalties or discipline – learn more with ISMS’ medical legal guideline on Advertising

This ISMS medical legal guideline is password protected.

If you need to request a username and password, contact online support at 888-476-7776 or onlinehelp@isms.org between 8:30 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. After-hours requests are answered promptly the next business day. You may also register online or retrieve your username or password.

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