A written management agreement is required between the medical practitioner and the PA. Appropriate supervisory requirements shall be established on the spot. The personal presence of the physician is not required on site where the PA provides medical care. 225 ILCS §95/7.5 The written cooperation contract applies to the services provided by the doctor or podiatrist cooperating to his patients in general in the normal course of clinical practice. A written monitoring agreement should describe the treatments and procedures that an AP can perform and the procedures that require the presence of the medical practitioner. 225 ILCS §95/7.5 NPs are recognized as primary suppliers in state policy. Primary providers of maternal and child health may include PRs. There is an administrator. Code tit. 89, §140.924 7 Podiatrist of all WRITTEN COLLABORATION agreements he has signed with other doctors/podiatrists and, upon request, provide a copy to any cooperating physician/podiatrist. 2015 Illinois State Medical Society COOPERATION AND CONSULTING FOR CRNA.

Cooperation and advice shall include: (A) An authorised RNA may provide anaesthesia services on behalf of a licensed physician, podiatrist or dentist; (B) In the case of anaesthesia services, an anaesthetist, physician, podiatrist or dentist participates in the discussion and agreement with the anaesthesia plan and is physically present and available on the premises during the provision of anaesthesia services for the diagnosis, consultation and treatment of emergency diseases. An Illinois nurse must have an RN and APN license. The National Council for State Boards of Nursing lists Illinois as a state with compact nurse legislation. Currently, however, a nurse must hold her primary RN license in Illinois. on an agreement drawn up jointly and signed by the APRN and one or more doctors. Each APRN and each doctor check together the authorization to practice jointly each year. Any authorization for collaborative practice must contain a cover containing the names and telephone numbers of the APRN and the physician, their . . .

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