UA FAQ UA FAQ for Medical Professionals What is the difference between the Federation Credentials Verification Service (FCVS) and the Uniform Application (UA)? The UA is a licensure application
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Establish a Lifetime Repository of Verified Core Credentials FCVS is a fast and convenient way for physicians and PAs to store core credentials that can be used for multiple state medical boards.
FSMB supports America’s state medical boards in licensing, disciplining and regulating physicians and other healthcare professionals. Our end goal: keep patients safe.
The Uniform Application for Licensure (UA) is a web-based application designed to enhance the nation’s state-based licensure system.
GME Closed Programs FAQ Frequently Asked Questions How long should a resident program keep resident records? Residency records should be kept for the life of the physician. Without primary
State Specific Requirements - Virgin Islands Applications for licensure shall be sent to: Virgin Islands Board of Medical Examiners Department of Health 1303 Hospital Ground, Suite 10 St. Thomas,
Credentials Verification Process In order to create a verified credentials portfolio, the FCVS team works with the appropriate education and training institutions to verify the credentials listed
Affidavit/CID Forms - Notary Options FCVS accepts CID/Affidavit forms signed by an electronic/online notary. FCVS Remote Online Notary Instructions FCVS requires two notarized forms: Affidavit
Participating State Medical Boards for Physicians Licensing Boards Accepting FCVS Physician Information Profiles Physicians may use their Profile for state medical licensure, hospital privileges,
Affidavit Forms - Notary Options Online eNotary Instructions UA requires the following forms: Affidavit & Release There are various electronic notary services that provide convenient