ISMS Advocacy Secures Medicaid Rate Increases for Physicians in 2023 Budget!
ISMS’ work behind the scenes advocating on your behalf recently scored a win for members pertaining to reimbursements!
As of Oct. 6, 2022, physicians are now required to provide the full set of patients’ electronic health information (EHI) upon request, making them available without imposing restrictions, excessive delays or other deliberate interference.
In general, a physician may withdraw from a physician-patient relationship as long as the relationship is terminated in the appropriate way. Patient abandonment is grounds for physician discipline under the Medical Practice Act.
A new law will require that prescriptions for a controlled substance classified as Schedule II, III, IV or V be sent electronically and be accepted by the dispenser in an electronic format.
It’s getting to be an annual tradition: Physicians are threatened with Medicare payment cuts.
IDPH has confirmed the first human case and first human death of West Nile virus in Illinois for 2022.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is asking all healthcare professionals in the United States to be on alert for patients who have key characteristics for identifying monkeypox.