Category - Credentialing & licensing
Applying for a National Provider Identifier numberJune 29th, 2022
The National Provider Identifier (NPI) is a unique, government-issued, standard identification number for individual providers and healthcare organizations.
Obtaining DEA registrationApril 13th, 2022
Every physician who administers, prescribes, or dispenses any controlled substance must be registered with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). When you complete your training, you must obtain your own individual DEA registration. You will also need your own registration if you moonlight while still a resident.
Getting your first medical licenseOctober 9th, 2020
Attaining your first medical license can be a daunting task. If you start the process with a clear understanding of what documents you must include, the process can be much easier. Use the following list to determine what documents you will need to procure your medical license.
DEA registration, transfer, and office locationsSeptember 1st, 2019
Every physician who dispenses drugs needs to be registered with the DEA. But what about locum tenens physicians? CompHealth encourages physicians to transfer DEAs to the state of their assignment.
Continuing Education Resources for Healthcare ProvidersJune 30th, 2015
Growing your medical knowledge and skills is critical to staying at the top of your field. Continuing your professional development keeps you up-to-date on medical advances, new technologies and changes in delivery of patient care. Here’s a list of where to turn for CE credits.