The State of Illinois has a requirement that can result in a licensing detour. An applicant for an Illinois license who has failed a licensing exam five or more times must complete additional education. Read the article to learn more!
Illinois has a fairly unique licensing rule called the “Five Failure Rule.” If an applicant for an Illinois chiropractic license has five or more failures of exams, they are not eligible for licensure until they can demonstrate professional competency. Watch the video to learn more!
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) established the National Practitioner Data Bank to gather centralized information about adverse actions taken against health care licenses. Read the article to learn more!
A health care professional who is licensed to practice in another state or country is not required to have an Illinois license when providing care to athletes during events in Illinois if certain conditions are met.
If you use out-of-state radiology services to read your patients’ x-rays, you may already know that the Illinois Medical Practice Act requires Illinois licensure for persons who provide these services for Illinois patients.