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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s website, Current and Resolved Drug Shortages and Discontinuations Reported to FDA, designates Semaglutide (Ozempic) as “Currently in Shortage.”
ISMS helped to advance legislation to allow physicians more time to complete most of the state-mandated, issue-specific CME courses included in the 150 required hours of CME. Instead of taking these mandated courses every licensure cycle, physicians now have the flexibility to take most of these specific courses every other licensure cycle.
Last year private health information of more than 52 million people1 was exposed in approximately 700 breaches!
Your patients (and you!) can save up to 80% on your prescriptions.
Earlier this week the Illinois House Health Care Licenses Committee convened a public hearing in Chicago to address the historical and chronic professional license processing delays.
Effective Jan. 1, 2024, Illinois will require all healthcare professionals who write prescriptions for controlled substances to provide them electronically – unless eligible for a waiver and/or exemption._
A recent notice was sent out by the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (HFS) confirming that coverage for reconstructive services for victims of domestic violence based on a new Illinois law will take effect Jan. 1, 2025.