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Practicing Medicine Across State Lines

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Practicing Medicine Across State Lines: 5 Things You Should Know About the Medical License Debate

Written by Laura Dyrda | December 14, 2015


Should medical licenses become more like drivers’ licenses?  There are some who think so according to a report in The Bulletin.


State currently have different medical licensing standards and it’s a time-consuming process to obtain a medical license in multiple states.  Yet with the interconnectivity growing in the United States, and mobility more prevalent, there are some physicians advocating for more standard requirements allowing physicians to treat patients across the United States.


Here are five key thoughts on trends in medical licenses:


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