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  • Do You Know What to Do if Subpoenaed to Provide a Patient’s Medical Records?

    The day may come when you are subpoenaed to provide protected health information. Here are a few tips to help you navigate a summons.

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  • Temporary Injunction Stalls Overtime Regs. Now What?

    News broke recently that a federal judge in Texas granted an emergency injunction against the U.S. Department of Labor’s overtime regulations – affecting the entire country.

    With this court order surfacing shortly before the December 1 deadline for compliance of the new requirements, many employers all over the United States were left wondering how they should proceed concerning their employees.


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  • General Assembly Extends Medical Practice Act, Thwarts Scope of Practice Expansion for Optometrists

    Last week’s fall veto session brought lawmakers back to Springfield for the final opportunity of 2016 to pass legislation.

    Here are highlights that showcase how your legislative team advanced physician priorities to protect you and your patients, while battling against ill-conceived policies.

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  • 5 Reasons to Enroll in the PMP Right Now

    Have you been putting off enrolling in the Illinois Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP)?

    Here are five compelling reasons why now is the time to sign up for a free account and to begin using this online tool today!


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  • The Coordinator's Column: Too much of a good thing?

    Given the primacy of the history and physical exam (H&P) in patient care, is there such a thing as a “too-thorough” history and physical?

    Based on the frequency of complaints alleging unprofessional conduct, unnecessary exams and even sexual misconduct associated with exams, the answer seems to be “yes.”


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