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Interstate Medical License Compact Makes it Easier for Multi-State Physicians - Health Care and Life Sciences News

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Posted on: Jul 13, 2015

By Alao Mayo, Hall Render Killian Heath & Lyman PC

Alabama and Minnesota have become the seventh and eighth states to adopt model legislation seeking to realize the full potential of telemedicine. With these two states on board, Federation of State Medical Board's interstate compact becomes a reality making it easier for physicians to become licensed in multiple states and help alleviate physician shortages in rural and underserved regions.Read more here.

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