Keyword: Federation of State Medical Boards
Nearly one in five Americans say they experienced a physician who acted unethically, unprofessionally or provided substandard care, a survey found.
Two more states, Kentucky and North Dakota, have joined the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact.
Since its launch more than a year and a half ago, 3,426 doctors have been issued medical licenses to practice in other states though a compact.
In a move that bucks a national trend, Louisiana lawmakers are considering changes that would protect doctors accused of misconduct.
Opioid prescribing and telemedicine are the two top regulatory issues cited by state medical boards.
Since 2010, the number of actively licensed physicians in the U.S. has increased by 12%, according to a new report.
Many physicians who want to practice medicine in multiple states now have a streamlined process for medical licensure.
There’s an effort underway that will make it easier for doctors to practice medicine in multiple states.
Two new reports from the American Telemedicine Association revealed "a mix of strides and stagnation" regarding telemedicine regulations.
While telehealth platforms have traditionally revolved around a health system, specialists can now launch their own, offering care to an array of patients.