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    In order to prescribe controlled substances, a provider needs to have an active drug enforcement agency (DEA) license. The DEA regulates both the prescribing and distribution of controlled medications such as narcotics and sedatives. To prescribe these medications, a DEA license is required for phys...

    Sophia Khawly | July 29, 2021

  • 5 Reasons to Consider Full-Time Locum Tenens

    Locum tenens can be appealing to healthcare providers who want the freedom and flexibility to make their own schedules. While working locum tenens allows providers to work as much or as little as they want as far as how many assignments they take on, it can also be a viable option for full-time work...

    Tayla Holman | July 22, 2021

  • CME Requirements for Physicians by State

    In order to obtain a state license, you’ll need to have not only enough continuing medical education (CME) hours, but also the right courses. Here’s a rundown of the number of CMEs needed for licensure for each state. Some requirements may be waived if you’re applying for a temporary license in stat...

    Teresa Otto, MD | July 15, 2021

  • What is the Difference Between an NP and DNP?

    One variation that might be confusing is the difference between a nurse practitioner (NP) and a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). Often when people hear the word “doctor,” they think of someone who has an M.D. or D.O. The differences between an NP and DNP go beyond education however....

    Tayla Holman | July 08, 2021

  • States You Can Get a Physician License in Under Eight Weeks

    Chances are you have chosen the locum tenens career path because of its flexible nature. A key factor in a provider’s decision to go locum is often having the ability to travel around the country. One of the major things holding providers back is not having the appropriate state license....

    Chris Keeley | July 01, 2021

  • A Look at 5 Unique Locum Tenens Settings

    For locum tenens professionals, variety is the spice of life and a significant source of career satisfaction. Clinicians can expect to learn new skills and broaden their professional horizons when they work in temporary capacity, all while experiencing a diverse collection of clinical and profession...

    Evan Wade | June 24, 2021

  • Top 5 Questions for Your Locum Tenens Recruiter

    While working locum tenens, your recruiter will be your main contact, so it’s imperative you establish a good relationship with them. Think of your recruiter as the “go-to” person for all questions and issues. Before agreeing to interview or accepting an assignment, consider the following questions ...

    Sophia Khawly | June 17, 2021

  • Working Through the COVID-19 Pandemic Q&A

    It is no secret that the past year has been a challenge to people all around the world. From social distancing to trips to the ICU, it is safe to say that we all can’t wait to go back to normal life. Healthcare workers, in particular, have been on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic since the b...

    Chris Keeley | June 10, 2021

  • States You Can Get an NP License in Under Eight Weeks

    Chances are you have chosen the locum tenens career path because of its flexible nature. A key factor in a provider’s decision to go locum is often having the ability to travel around the country. One of the major things holding providers back is not having the appropriate state license. As you kno...

    Chris Keeley | June 03, 2021

  • Interstate Compact Streamlines Physician Licensure

    If you’re a locum taking a new assignment in a state you’ve never practiced in before (or a provider new to locum work!), the IMLC is a definite headache-saver....

    Kurt Ullman, RN, BSPA, MHA | June 01, 2021

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