DEPARTMENT REGULATED PROFESSIONS
Welcome to the Division of Medical Quality Assurance online service portal. The portal was established to provide healthcare practitioners 24 hours a day access to the division's licensing services, including the ability to apply for a license or permit online, check the status of your application, and manage your licensure record. You can also search for approved counterfeit-proof prescription pad vendors and request certification of your Florida license.
The Division of Medical Quality Assurance online service portal provides direct access to the division's online License Verification tool, which allows users to search the Division's database by licensee name or license number. You may also search disciplinary actions, view practitioner profiles, request public records, download data, file a complaint or report unlicensed activity.
The information contained in the Public Data Portal link is for organizations or individuals who want to obtain general license information about multiple practitioners under specific board regulation.
The Department of Health, Division of Medical Quality Assurance, will now review your continuing education records in the electronic tracking system at the time of renewal. It will happen automatically when you renew your license, but it is important that you understand how this simple change will affect the way you renew your license in the future. If the practitioner’s continuing education records are complete, they will be able to renew their license without interruption. If the practitioner’s continuing education records are not complete, they will be prompted to enter their remaining continuing education hours before proceeding with their license renewal.
The Division of Medical Quality Assurance (MQA) recently launched a new and improved Online Services Portal. When you use the new portal for the first time, you will be required to register for a new user account. Before beginning registration, read through all of the instructions below and make sure you have access to a valid, active email account.
To register for a new account, apply for a license, and/or add your license or existing application to your account dashboard, please follow these instructions:
1: Register for a New User Account
Click Register below and follow the prompts for new user registration using a valid, active email address.
2: Log into your New Account
Check your email INBOX, JUNK, SPAM, CLUTTER and TRASH folders to locate your new account user ID and temporary password. This email may have been sent to one of these folders depending on the security of your email provider. Using your temporary password and user ID provided via email, log into your account. You will be prompted to create a new password for your account. Enter the temporary password in the Old/Temporary Password field.
(Note: Please make sure you add MQAOperations@FLHealth.gov to your trusted/allowed email address list to ensure the temporary password email does not get sent to your spam folder or get filtered out of your email before it is received.)
3: Add your License/Application or Apply for a License
After you Sign In with your new user ID and password, you will then be prompted by a three-step process to add your license to your account before you can renew. If you are a new applicant, follow the instructions to apply for a license. If you have a current license or pending application, you will need three (3) items:
Once you have successfully added your license to your account, you will see the Manage My License section on your Dashboard.
In October 2015, the Florida Department of Health's Division of Medical Quality Assurance (MQA) launched a new and improved online services portal to better meet the needs of over one million licensed health care professionals and applicants in Florida.
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