Multi-state medical licensure can be especially complicated for nurse practitioners. Watch this hour-long, on-demand webinar to understand the telemedicine licensure process for advanced practice nursing professionals and get moving in telehealth.
It’s become a cliche, but we truly are in unprecedented times in healthcare. Leveraging multi-state nurse licensure has become more important than ever for clinicians looking to reach more patients with high-quality care through telemedicine. Whether you seek career flexibility, supplemental income, or want to be at the forefront of modern healthcare delivery, starting your telehealth practice is a great career move.
But getting started in telemedicine—particularly obtaining NP licensure in multiple states—can oftentimes feel like a black box. How do you get started? What does it cost? Do I need physician oversight? What are the pros and cons?
To untangle the mysterious web of NP licensing for telemedicine, Wheel Executive Medical Director, Rafid Fadul, enlisted the help of three experienced telehealth nurse practitioners for an interactive discussion covering the basics of multi-state licensing for nurse practitioners. The panel candidly discussed the ins and outs of multi-state licensure, experiences navigating the licensing and renewal process, and how to find and get the best job opportunities for telehealth NPs today.
In just under an hour, you can get answers, get motivated, and get started in telehealth.
Free and on demand. Access the multi-state medical licensing for NPs webinar here >
Watch the NP telemedicine licensing webinar to learn:
- How can you save money on licensure fees?
- What are the best and easiest states to get licensed in?
- Which states have full practice authority?
- How do you get a collaborative physician and when do you need one?
- How does the licensure compact work and is it worth it?
- What is the magic number of continuing education credits?
- What’s the best tool to manage licensure and renewals?
- How much does everything cost?
- How does prescriptive authority work?
- Should you set up an LLC or S-corp?
- Do you need malpractice insurance? What kind?
- How many hours can you work and how much money can you make?
Whether you are using telemedicine as a side hustle, burnt out and searching for alternative clinical career opportunities, or are hoping to ride and lead the wave of modern healthcare, you’ll need to understand multi-state medical licensure for nurse practitioners to get started in telehealth.
“Getting licensed in multiple states is well worth it overall—especially with the pandemic. This is a really new direction for where healthcare and medicine are heading. If you want flexibility and to be at the telemedicine forefront, it’s definitely advantageous and a huge benefit.”
- Sandy Wang, FNP, actively licensed in 30 states
“I should have 17 licenses by the end of the year, and it’s all been pretty worth it. It opens up new opportunities and allows you to stay at home with your family. I haven’t come across any disadvantages to doing all the work for multi-state licensure. It’s definitely given back to me more than I’ve put in.”
- Ed Henson, APRN, actively licensed in 8 states
“Pick a couple of states and go for it. You’ll find out there is definitely opportunity available in telemedicine. You can work for two hours a week or sixty hours a week. And it’s an investment upfront that pays off pretty quickly.”
- Craig Walker, FNP, actively licensed in 19 states