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  • Alert: IDFPR Warns Public About Unproven Stem Cell Therapy

    The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) is warning patients about unproven stem cell treatment.

    Specifically, IDFPR is warning patients to avoid stem cell therapy treatments administered by chiropractors or others who are not licensed to provide this therapy without collaboration with a physician, doctor of osteopathy or other authorized healthcare professional

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  • Dangerous Bills Diverted Thanks to ISMS Advocacy and AMA Help

    To help with lobbying efforts in the fight against unsafe legislation for patients, the American Medical Association’s Scope of Practice Partnership (SOPP) awarded a grant to ISMS.

    As the spring legislative session was brought to a close, several bills that would have been harmful to patients were prevented from advancing, thanks to our lobbying efforts. 

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  • Get the Inside Scoop on Illinois’ Spring Legislative Session – ISMS Webinar June 25

    This year's session of the Illinois General Assembly was chock full of bills affecting medical practice and the health of Illinois citizens.

    Learn more about these hot legislative topics by joining ISMS’ one-hour webinar, taking place June 25 at noon.

    The webinar is FREE for ISMS members and their staffs; all others must pay $150.

    Register today!

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  • Planning to Hire or Sign a Collaborative Agreement with an APRN or PA? Find Out What Paperwork You Should Collect

    Great news! You identified a new hire to fill that open position.

    If this candidate is an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) or a physician assistant (PA), do you know what licenses, certifications or other paperwork you should obtain? 

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  • Illinois Trending in Right Direction: Opioid Prescribing Down; PMP Registration and Queries Are Way Up

    The AMA has released its 2019 Opioid Progress Report, highlighting actions by physicians.

    Check out ISMS’ infographic showing stats from this report specific to Illinois physicians, revealing a significant downward trend for opioid prescribing, and a considerable increase in registrations and queries for Illinois’ Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP).

    Access our infographic. 

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