Telepathology License Service for Physicians
Our experience is unmatched in the field of Telepathology. Pathologist, Consulting Physicians, and Locum Tenens Specialist have utilized our services to obtain licenses in all 50 States. MedLicense.com provides Telepathology License Services to Telepathology practices who seek to service multiple States. Unfortunately there is not a National Telepathology License. Most States require that the Pathologist to have a license in each State where the patients/physical care is being given. Some States are now offering special Telepathology Licenses. Telepathology is a new field which the Medical Boards are now addressing. This combined with the governmental and legal liability of treating patients whom are not physically present in your State has opened the door for considerable problems if a Board Complaint or Malpractice Suit is filed against the Physician.
Physician's practicing Telepathology need to protect themselves by obtaining a Full Medical License or Telepathology license in each State where they will be accepting Telepathology Contracts. The cost is minimal compared to the risk of not being licensed. MedLicense.com is experienced and capable to handling this scale of licensure. MedLicense.com can make an impossible process manageable and feasible. MedLicense.com is experienced in licensing physicians in multiple States at once. This process presents its' own unique issues which must be properly addressed. The applications have to be submitted in the correct order along with the verifications so that re-verifications can be avoided. We are experienced with Physicians who have licensed in all 50 States at once. Our certification system allows for the application process to proceed smoothly with each State Medical Board simultaneously.
MedLicense.com is the recognized leader in Telepathology Licensing. Other licensing companies continually visit MedLicense.com in their attempt to keep up with the changing licensing laws. We are the experts in this field.
If you are looking for a credentialing solution for your Telepathology Practice, MedLicense.com's Telepathology License Service can meet this need by providing an efficient, cost effect program.
Services Included with Telepathology License Service:
- Set up the State Medical Board Application
- Set up the required primary source confirmations
- Submission of the State Medical Board Application
- Submission of Reference Forms to References
- Submission of Required Forms to other State Medical Boards
- Requests of Transcripts from Medical Schools and Universities
- Submission of Required Forms to Hospitals and Institutions
- Submission of Temporary License Applications Completion of FCVS forms (if required or requested)
Expedited Telepathology Licensure:
The State Medical License process is time consuming and arduous. Your time is too valuable to be spent on completing forms, licking envelopes, sending emails, and making phones calls over and over again. That is why MedLicense.com exists. We can make the paths straight and reduce the time it takes to complete your Medical License Application. To initiate the process, simply complete our form, forward to MedLicense.com your CV', and then await for your licensure packet to arrive in 3 to 5 business days. Once you return the packet, then MedLicense.com will handle everything. It is that easy.
Additional Telepathology License Service Information:
Advances in technology have opened new doors of opportunity for many medically underserved communities in America. Licensure laws that regulate interstate Telepathology practice vary from state to state. Restrictive licensure laws require a practitioner to obtain a full license to deliver Telepathology care across state lines.
A number of States require practitioners who seek compensation to frequently deliver interstate care to acquire a full license. If a practitioner serves several states, obtaining this license in each state could be an expensive and time-consuming proposition. MedLicense.com can reduce the burden and cost of obtaining the required licensure. Most States require the Physician to have a license where they are physically located and where the patient resides.