Top 8 State Medical Licensing Mistakes
The Top 8 Mistakes Physicians Make in the State Licensing Process
Obtaining a medical license may seem overwhelming, both new and veteran doctors will certainly attest to this. However, a medical license granted by a U.S. state or jurisdiction is required of every physician before practicing medicine. Therefore, it’s important to understand the licensing process in order to avoid common mistakes or pitfalls that can result in delay or denial of your state physician’s license. Medical licensing boards and statutes can vary from state to state and oftentimes be complex and confusing, depending on each state’s resources, regulations and state laws. Since each state has its own licensing board, the process can even be more difficult for physicians who seek to practice medicine in more than one state.
Current state licensure processes require physicians and medical professionals to complete individual applications for each and every state in which they seek to practice medicine in any form, including telemedicine. This could mean that you have to go through the licensure process multiple times. It is imperative that you have your credentialing information and documents together before you apply in order to make the process as quick and painless as possible. It is not uncommon for state medical boards to be months behind in processing applications. So the last thing you want is to wait months for an update from the medical board, only to find out your file is incorrect or missing information.
Avoid these 8 Licensing Mistakes to Ensure you Get it Done Right the 1st Time:
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