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Compliance and scope of practice


Use these practical step-by-step guides to make sure your practice is in compliance with government regulations, and find guidance on scope of practice issues.

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CLIA compliance guide

A step-by-step guide to help you determine if you are CLIA compliant. Follow the tabs to learn how you must comply, depending on the level of lab work you conduct in your facility.

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HIPAA compliance guide

A step-by-step guide to help you determine if you are HIPAA compliant. Learn what you should do to comply, along with how to respond should you suffer a breach of patient data.

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OSHA compliance guide

A step-by-step guide to help you determine if you are OSHA compliant. The straightforward instructions will help you address OSHA requirements easily and efficiently.

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iPLEDGE compliance guide

Learn how to register as a prescriber and what you need to do to be iPLEDGE compliant. This guidance is essential for any dermatologist who prescribes isotretinoin.

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ADA compliance guide

Helpful resources on what dermatologists should do to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

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Workplace safety

Access resources designed to help dermatologists prepare for disasters, emergencies, and workplace violence. Use the tabs to navigate among the resources.

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Scope of practice laws

Use this interactive map to find NP/PA laws in your state. Learn about supervisory requirements and documentation guidelines.

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Truth in Advertising laws

Use this interactive map to find Truth in Advertising laws in your state. Review the Academy's position on properly identifying the qualifications and trainingof providers.

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