The St. Clair County Medical Society Board of Directors has been discussing the future of the Medical Society Bulletin. Advertising in the bulletin has dropped over the years and the cost to print and mail is more than we make. We will continue to publish the Bulletin however, we will be changing the way we distribute the publication in the future. We will be distributing the Bulletin by e-mail, and later considering placing it on our website. (www.st.clairmed.com )
The changes will not take place until late 2015. However, we need your assistance in preparing for this transition.
Members who would like to receive the Bulletin by e-mail need to send their email address to firstname.lastname@example.org to continue receiving the publication. Please know that your e-mail address will be kept confidential if you choose to receive the Bulletin via your e-mail.
Members who would like to still receive the Bulletin by US Mail need to contact the medical society office and make their request known.
We welcome all suggestions from our members regarding this change.
Society office 618.397.5315 or email@example.com
Illinois Prescription Monitoring Program - Prescription Information Library
What is the PIL?
The PIL is a government run website dedicated to preventing the misuse, abuse and diversion of controlled prescription medications.
The goal of the PIL is to assist prescribers and dispensers in the effective treatment of individuals seeking medical care.
The program is voluntary and is intended only to assist medical providers to better serve their patients.
Easy To Use
It is minimally disruptive to healthcare providers and there is no barrier to patient therapies.
What Does The PIL Contain?
- Schedules II – V controlled substance prescriptions
- Records viewable for six months and kept on record for two years
Who Submits Prescription Data?
Retail pharmacies dispensing in Illinois report on a weekly basis
Who Can Access The Website?
Physicians Assistants and advanced Practice Nurses
Other Prescribers and Dispensers
Health Care Focused
The PIL is an electronic tool used to assist healthcare provider with accurate patient specific data to prevent potential drug interactions or accidental overdose.
Deter Drug Abuse and Diversion
Deterring or preventing drug abuse and diversion is possible with the PIL.
The PIL website provides full functional availability for mobile devices.
The website provides users with 24 hour and immediate access to their patients prescription history.
Prescription History Printout
The PIL allows prescribers to acquire a complete history of the prescription that have been dispensed under his or her DEA number.
The PIL provides a brief intervention form and the SAMSHA link to treatment centers on the website.
HIPAA compliant privacy requirements
All patient information is confidential
Indirect law enforcement access
To sign up for a free account, visit https://www.ilpmp.org/. On the home page, you will find a Pharmacist Registration link and a Prescriber Registration link.
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Springfield IL. 62702
Program Questions: 217.588.0943
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Chicago Physician Elected President of the Illinois State Medical Society
Springfield, IL - Thomas M. Anderson, M.D., Chicago, was inaugurated president of the Illinois State Medical Society (ISMS) during its 2016 annual meeting here.
Dr. Anderson is board-certified in diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine, with subspecialty certification in pediatric radiology and neuroradiology and serves on the medical staff at the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System. He is a Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners, the American Board of Radiology, and the American Board of Nuclear Medicine. Dr. Anderson has an academic appointment as a Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Active in ISMS since 1975, Dr. Anderson most recently served as the society's president-elect. He is a member of the American Medical Association, American College of Radiology, Illinois Radiological Society, Chicago Radiological Society and numerous other specialty societies. He is a past president of the Chicago Medical Society.
Dr. Anderson received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School in Boston and completed both his internship and residency at the University of Chicago Hospital. His fellowship was completed at Michael Reese and University of Chicago hospitals.
Dr. Anderson's term as president runs through April 2017.