Ill. bill would require verification of docs' credentials

08/22/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Illinois Rep. Mary Flowers, D-Chicago, introduced a bill in the state that would require physicians to verify their credentials through an independent national service before attaining a license to practice medicine in the state. The cost to each applicant would be $300. If enacted, the legislation could help identify problem applicants, state regulators noted.

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