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Assuring that tests, examinations, and procedures are properly performed, recorded and reported.2. Specifically, section 22(A)(14) states that a physician may be disciplined for the following conduct:“Dividing with anyone other than physicians with whom the licensee practices in a partnership, Professional Association, limited liability company, or Medical or Professional Corporation any fee, commission, rebate or other form of compensation for any professional services not actually and personally rendered.” 225 ILCS 60/22 (A)(14) (West 2006). In addition, the judgment of the professional might be compromised, because the awareness that he would have to split fees might make him reluctant to provide proper (but unprofitable) services to a patient, or, conversely, to provide unneeded (but profitable) treatment.” TLC, 306 Ill. Interacting with members of the medical staff regarding issues of laboratory operations, quality and test availability.3. The conduct that the legislature seeks to prohibit in section 22(A)(14) is (1) fee-splitting for patient referrals between licensees and (2) fee-sharing arrangements, “whereby a licensee ‘divides with anyone’ * * * a percentage of the monies earned by the licensee for medical services he or she has performed.” (Emphasis omitted.) Vine Street Clinic v. Evaluating clinical laboratory data and establishing a process for review of test results prior to issuance of patient reports.9. Section 22(A)(14) of the Act prohibits fee-splitting and other fee-sharing arrangements.
Plaintiff did not have medical insurance at the time of the testing. * * *PROFESSIONAL COMPONENT SERVICESYou may receive a bill from the pathologists for their professional component services which are required, by law, for the operation of the clinical laboratory. The purpose of section 22(A)(14) is to ensure that physicians are making responsible and appropriate medical decisions that are not motivated by monetary compensation. See Vine Street Clinic, 222 Ill.2d at 296, 305 Ill. These services are provided on a 24 hours a day, seven days a week basis and include, but are not limited to:1. As the court in TLC stated:“The policy reasons behind the prohibition are the danger that such an arrangement might motivate a non-professional to recommend a particular professional out of self-interest, rather than the professional's competence. (West 2006)), the Illinois Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act (Consumer Fraud Act) (815 ILCS 505/1 et seq. (West 2006)), and the Medical Patient Rights Act (410 ILCS 50/1 et seq.
They include the pathologist's supervision of the laboratory to make sure that your results are timely and medically reliable.