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  • New 'Standing Order' Makes Naloxone More Readily Available in Illinois

    To help combat the alarming public health crisis of fatal opioid overdoses, the Illinois Department of Public Health issued a standing order for naloxone – which will allow pharmacies to dispense naloxone without a written prescription.

    Naloxone can block or reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.

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  • ISMS Flyer Can Help Your Patients Navigate Illinois’ Insurance Exchange for 2018

    Even with the uncertainty surrounding the future of the Affordable Care Act, open enrollment will begin November 1 for coverage through Get Covered Illinois, the state’s health insurance Marketplace.

    To help your patients better understand the insurance exchange, ISMS offers a free patient education flyer on Marketplace coverage for 2018. 


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  • Early Alert: Be Sure to Renew Your Medical Corporation License Before Dec. 31 Deadline

    Medical corporations, limited liability companies, and professional service corporations in the state are required by law to obtain a license annually from the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation.

    Regardless of the date on which the license was issued, corporate licenses expire at the end of each year – December 31.

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  • November 17 Symposium Highlights Emerging Patient Safety Risks

    CME offered

    Don’t miss ISMIE Mutual’s 2nd annual Risk Management Symposium, taking place on November 17 in Rosemont.

    The theme for this year is emerging risks, and the all-day conference will feature national health care industry thought leaders imparting practical ways to mitigate emerging patient safety risks. 


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  • Do You Treat Perinatal Patients? Access ISMS’ Resource on Navigating Mandatory Depression Screening

    One in seven women will experience perinatal depression during pregnancy or in the first 12 months after delivery. If left untreated, this condition can have devastating consequences for women and their babies.

    Are you aware of what Illinois law requires of licensed health care professionals relating to perinatal mental health disorders?


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