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It is an expedited licensure process for eligible physicians that improves license portability and increases patient access to care.

Minnesota’s Legislature unanimously passed the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact; it was signed by the governor in May 2015.

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[email protected] ANNOUNCEMENT: Minnesota Department of Health is Seeking Public Comment on Draft Recommendations for a Legislative Study on Health Information Exchange (HIE) in Minnesota.

Users were not likely to see – much less understand – this icon.

The fake profiles and messages caused many users to upgrade to paid subscriptions.

The order requires that, before obtaining consumers’ billing information for a product with a negative-option feature, the defendants must clearly disclose the name of the seller or provider, a product description and its cost, the length of any trial period, the fact that charges will continue unless the consumer cancels, the deadline for canceling, and the mechanism to stop recurring charges. D., FAAFP, will serve a second consecutive term as a physician member of the Board. Lookup and verify the Board regulated providers, including Physicians and Surgeons, Physician Assistants, Acupuncturists, Naturopathic Doctors, Traditional Midwives, Athletic Trainers, Respiratory Therapists and Telemedicine Doctors, with their profiles and disciplinary information.In its first law enforcement action against an online dating service, the Federal Trade Commission has reached a settlement that prohibits JDI Dating Ltd., an England-based company, from using fake, computer-generated profiles to trick users into upgrading to paid memberships and charging these members a recurring monthly fee without their consent.

The settlement also requires the defendants to pay 6,165 in redress.

In addition, the defendants are prohibited from failing to honor a refund or cancellation request that complies with their policies, and failing to provide a simple mechanism for consumers to stop recurring charges – at least as simple as the mechanism consumers used to initiate them.