BOARD OF MEDICINE URGES USE OF CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT TOOLKIT
The Wyoming Board of Medicine has adopted the Chronic Pain Management Toolkit, developed by the Wyoming Rx Abuse Stakeholders group.
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The Board urges physicians and physician assistants treating chronic pain in their practices to make active use of the Toolkit. It contains guidelines, forms, and checklists to assist in effectively treating patients’ chronic pain while ensuring the safe use of opioids and other controlled substances.
NEW! You can now print a copy of your active license online. This feature is available to all physicians and physician assistants who hold active licenses. To print your license, please click here.
UPCOMING INTERSTATE MEDICAL LICENSURE COMPACT MEETINGS
The Executive Committee of the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact (IMLC) will meet via conference call at 1:00 p.m. MDT on the following dates:
July 19, 2016
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BOARD OF MEDICINE SETS REGULAR MEETINGS
Under the Wyoming Public Records Act, and the General Procedures for Licensure Boards, the Board of Medicine is required to set at least one (1) “regular meeting” of the Board each year. See, W.S. §§ 16-4-404(a) and 33-1-302(a)(ii).
The Board has, by resolution adopted January 22, 2016, designated its meetings on April 15, August 5 and October 7, 2016, to be “regular meetings” under the statutes. The meetings will take place at the Board office at 130 Hobbs Ave., Suite A, Cheyenne, WY, beginning no later than 8:00 a.m. those days.
Expedited Temporary Licenses for Physicians & PA's
The following information outlines the criteria an applicant must meet to be eligible for an expedited temporary license:
Upon receipt of the application form, fee, affidavit and proof of citizenship, and the Board's receipt of required national data base reports, a temporary license may be granted by the Board staff pending review of the application by the Board if the applicant meets ALL of the following criteria:
The applicant has been continually licensed in good standing with an ACTIVE license for the preceding three (3) years in one or more states and/or the District of Columbia (training licenses are not considered active); and,
The applicant has none of the following:
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