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Does anyone know where I can find a list of requirements for medical practice in my state?

I am looking to find a website that tells me what degree requirements and so on are required to practice various medical jobs in the state of illinois.

There should be a Medical License Board in state government that certifies qualifications of Doctors, Dentists and the like. Check your state government web site for a link. In Kansas Emergency Medical Service (EMS) certifications falls under the Board of E.M.S. Other jobs like medical transcription and cosmetology fall under various other agencies. Some States have a web site for job listings that will provide job descriptions including qualifications.

Can a licensed doctor in Puerto Rico practice in the State of Florida?

I have a doctor in Puerto Rico that is amazing, but I live in Florida. I’m wondering if this doctor could legally practice in the State of Florida without having to go through the Florida licensing process. I heard there was a loop hole or special exception about this, but I haven’t been able to find anything online.

Thanks for any information that you can provide!

No, he must be licensed in Florida to practice there.

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Start Braces San Jose Dentist California

Start Braces San Jose Dentist California, San Jose Braces Dentists Ca, San Jose Orthodontists Ca offer free braces/ Invisalign consultations and free dental treatment consultation. Jonathan H. Kim, DDS, Inc.-Top Best *8* San Jose Dentists Specialists Centers having second round of American Braces/Invisalign Idol Contest to give away $6800 braces or invisalign for free. To enter the contest, visit us at or call 408-TOP-BEST [408-259-2900] for detailed information Grand Prize: Free Braces or Invisalign (up to $6800)
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Brian Goldman: Doctors make mistakes. Can we talk about that? Every doctor makes mistakes. But, says physician Brian Goldman, medicine’s culture of denial (and shame) keeps doctors from ever talking about those mistakes, or using them to learn and improve. Telling stories from his own long practice, he calls on doctors to start talking about being wrong.

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MD Practice Consulting, Inc., is a medical marketing firm that goes far beyond what most comparable firms offer. Not only do we offer ideas for advertising and marketing your medical practice, but we are also true medical practice consultants who will work hands on with your physicians and staff in any way necessary to grow your business and increase your medical practice revenue.

What are the right strategies for increasing your medical practice revenue? From advertising and external online marketing strategies to operational marketing and practice referral development, our team of medical practice consultants at MD Practice Consulting will make sure our solutions offer the complete package to treat the problem and not just address the symptoms. Our team of professionals will listen to your organization and not only build, but also execute a customized effective strategic plan to see that it reaches its full potential.

In today’s drastically changing healthcare environment, physicians and healthcare organizations face unprecedented challenges in remaining competitive. Decisions to prepare your organization for today’s challenges should not be taken lightly. We invite you to learn more about how our organization can take yours to the next level by contacting us today for your free physician practice assessment.

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APA Dr. Cue Instruction – Dr. Cue Pool Lesson 13: Stroke Defined With Speed Practice! – Dr. Cue Pool Lesson 13: Stroke Defined With Speed Practice – The key element for getting in touch with the “throwing motion” of a good stroke is to use a “slow” backswing on the final stroke cycle and combine it with an obvious hesitation before releasing the cue forward to complete the stroke. A great way to practice this technique is to shoot 15 balls at 3 different speeds in a rotating shot pattern. Focused repetition used in the rhythm / fluency for each shot will provide tremendous benefit to your actual performance and your “looking like a pro”.

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Stop Medicare Fraud Before you Become a Victim

Every year, millions of dollars are taken from the Medicare program through deceptive practices. Medicare fraud hurts not only the program as a whole, but everyone who receives Medicare benefits. The quick guide below reveals how Medicare fraud takes place, why it affects you as an end beneficiary, and what you can do to help prevent it.

What is Medicare Fraud?

Medicare fraud occurs when false claims are made on behalf of a real beneficiary. For example, you visit a particular physician or medical clinic. They ask for your Medicare card and give you a certain amount that is due, but then bill Medicare for more than that amount. They pocket the difference. Another type of Medicare fraud is when someone bills Medicare for services or equipment that you never received or for items different from what you received. A dishonest individual might also use the Medicare card of another to receive medical services or to buy equipment. Or, someone may return home medical equipment, but continue to bill Medicare for the equipment. There are other variations of Medicare fraud, but these are the most common.

Why Should You Care?

You may ask, “Why should I care if someone else commits Medicare fraud?” There are two main reasons you should join the battle against Medicare fraud. One, your Medicare co-pay costs will increase little by little because of money lost through fraud. Just as a retail store might increase prices to cover the losses of theft, Medicare costs will increase for everyone when fraud occurs. Two, you or your loved one could be the next victim. If you frequent the emergency room, pharmacy, or doctor’s office, then you are susceptible to becoming a victim of Medicare fraud. Someone may steal your Medicare card, or you might encounter a dishonest person working at a doctor’s office or pharmacy. Either way, the burden of proof will fall upon you because the Medicare card and billing information will be in your name.

Detecting Medicare Fraud

Detecting Medicare fraud is easy if you keep an eye out for suspicious activities. Beware of providers that offer services for “free” when you have already given them your Medicare card. Also, if a provider offers to waive your co-payments on services routinely without checking to see if your financial situation has improved, you should be leery of this practice. Other “red flags” to watch for include pressure selling for higher-priced services, receiving Medicare bills for services you have not received, so-called “free” consultations for Medicare patients, marketing tactics being used by a provider such as telemarketing, and charges for co-payments on services that are supposed to be covered 100 percent by Medicare.

Do Not Falsely Accuse

If you suspect that a provider has committed Medicare fraud, double check with the provider to be sure it is not a simple mistake first. Sometimes human and computer errors do occur, so give your provider the benefit of the doubt from the start. If so-called “errors” seem to be happening often, then it’s time to investigate! The last thing you want is to wrongly accuse your health provider, so be sure to approach suspected Medicare fraud with caution.

Before Reporting a Provider

Before you report a provider for Medicare fraud, be sure you have all the facts. You’ll need all vital information about the provider including name, phone number, address, type of practice, etc. Also, you’ll need to gather all the facts about the incident so you can clearly present your case. Write or type a detailed timeline of events, the item(s) or service(s) that were billed incorrectly, the date when this occurred, and any other pertinent information.

Take Preventative Measures

If you encounter a situation where you believe you or a loved one have fallen victim to Medicare fraud, report it to your local and state Medicare representatives. Also, take the following steps to help prevent this from happening to you:

1. Never give anyone your Medicare card or claim number who is not your caregiver or physician.

2. Beware of those who wish to review your medical records when they are not providing medical services to you.

3. Beware of “free” consultations and Medicare services being offered by a clinic or physician.

4. Never request medical services that you do not actually need.

5. Beware of providers that offer to get Medicare to pay for services or items that are usually not covered by Medicare.

Most of all follow your instincts. If a situation doesn’t seem right, investigate to find the answers. You or your loved one can be safe from Medicare fraud if you use precaution during every medical situation. Keep in mind that criminals do not always come in dark clothing with masks on their faces. Those who commit Medicare fraud can appear to be normal caregivers or physicians, so keep your guard up any time you give out personal information such as your Medicare card.

Use this knowledge to join the fight against Medicare fraud, and help America to stay healthy!

Jimmy Ellis

Dentist Practice Management Economics Consultant on the Strategies in Promoting Your Dentist Marketing Business

In dentist marketing, you should find helpful ways in promoting your business. This means that you should get more dental patients in the business. For this, you need to have an advise from a dentist practice management economics consultant. In this article, dentist practice management economics consultant Ed O’ Keefe would like to share to you the ways to become successful in your dentist marketing business. The advice of the dentist practice management economics consultant is that you should follow these ways and keep them in mind always.

Sub-Niche Your Practice:

The first strategy that the dentist practice management economics consultant would advise you in promoting your dentist marketing business is to sub-niche your practice. To do this you should start promoting other services. In the consultant’s case, they are promoting an “Invisalign” for patients who needs whiter, stronger teeth. He asks his patients what their ultimate goals are, and he has Invisalign as a solution to help them get straighter teeth. But if they want to get straighter, whiter teeth right away (and they’re candidates for veneers and other services), then they can present the whole treatment plan to the patient immediately. So start by sub-niching your practice. Go after your patients with dental problems and have dentistry as the solution for them.

Go For “Lead-Generation” In The Business:

The second strategy that the dentist practice management economics consultant would advise you in promoting your dentist marketing business is to “lead-generate”. And this is through advertising your services. With this you can actually help people identify you as a good dentist by overwhelming them with “before and afters” proof, wherein you can educate them through DVD’s, powerpoints, and online. You have the options of educating your dental patients through seminars, local workshops, or you can educate them online.

Open The “Floodgates” To Your Patients In The Business:

The third strategy that the dentist practice management economics consultant would advise you in promoting your dentist marketing business is to open the floodgates to your dental patients. A lot of doctors, along with their associates, open the floodgates to their new patients; and the patients just keep coming in to their dental practice. Then 1 out of 10, or 2 out of 10 patients that came in are going to want cosmetic dentistry or more of high-end restorative dentistry. Make it a point that you will be the one who’s going to get that dental patient in your business.

These are the ways that the dentist practice management economics consultant would advise you as you promote your business. First, sub-niche your practice, then “lead- generate” through advertising, and then open the floodgates to your new dental patients. Go for these strategies, and you’ll surely gain more new patients, and become successful in your dentist marketing business!

Darcy Juarez