Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Licensing Compliance Guide
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Illinois Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Licensing

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Licensing requirements for Illinois healthcare and pharmaceutical companies and individuals.

This page provides an overview of healthcare and pharmaceutical industry licensing in for individuals and businesses. You will find state requirements, application fees, filing instructions, and more. For assistance with licensing, please contact us to learn about our software and managed license services.

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Company Licenses

Illinois Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Company Licenses

Illinois Home Medical Equipment & Services Provider

Agency:Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation - Home Medical Equipment and Services Board
Law:

225 ILCS 51/15

Fact Checked:12/2/19

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for Home Medical Equipment Provider License

Filing Method:

Mail

Agency Fee:

$300

Fact Checked:12/2/19

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$300

Due:

Triennially by March 31.

Fact Checked:12/2/19

Illinois Pharmacy Controlled Substance License

Agency:Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation - Division of Professional Regulation - State Board of Pharmacy
Fact Checked:4/3/19

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Paper Application

Filing Method:

Mail or online.

Agency Fee:

$5

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$10

Due:

By March 31 of even-numbered years.

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Illinois Pharmacy License

Agency:Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation - Division of Professional Regulation - State Board of Pharmacy
Fact Checked:4/3/19

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacy Paper Application

Agency Fee:

$100

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$200

Due:

By March 31 of even-numbered years.

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Illinois Wholesale Drug Distributor Controlled Substances License

Agency:Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
Fact Checked:4/3/19

Initial Registration

Form:

Wholesale Drug Distributor Controlled Substances License Application

Agency Fee:

$15 for schedule V only or $50 for any other schedules.

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$30 for schedule V only or $100 for any other schedules.

Due:

By December 31 of eve-numbered years.

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Illinois Wholesale Drug Distributor License

Agency:Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
Fact Checked:4/3/19

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for Wholesale Drug Distributor's License

Agency Fee:

$200

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$400

Due:

By December 31 of eve-numbered years.

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Individual Licenses

Illinois Individual Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Licenses

Illinois Pharmacist License

Agency:Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation - Division of Professional Regulation - State Board of Pharmacy
Fact Checked:4/3/19

Initial Registration

Form:

Pharmacist Paper Application

Agency Fee:

$75

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$150

Due:

By March 31 of even-numbered years.

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Illinois Pharmacy Technician License

Agency:Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation - Division of Professional Regulation - State Board of Pharmacy
Fact Checked:4/3/19

Initial Registration

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$40

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$25

Due:

Annually by March 31.

Fact Checked:4/5/19

Learn about healthcare and pharmaceutical licensing in other states:

Controlled Substance Registration - In addition to a pharmacy license, controlled substance registration registration is required in many states for pharmacies that distribute controlled substances.

NABP (National Association of Boards of Pharmacy) - Host a variety of programs and resources relating to pharmacist and pharmacy licensure and examination.

Pharmacist in Charge - A licensed pharmacist designated by a pharmacy to act as the party responsible for compliance with regulations.

VPP (Verified Pharmacy Program) - A program run by NABP that allows state boards to share information and more easily register out-of-state pharmacies.

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