If you received a 15 digit confirmation number on the payment confirmation page, your renewal was completed.
When your online payment was received by the MN State Department of Revenue, the Board’s computer system will process your new license overnight. In some rare cases, the online transactions could take longer than a day, and your license will be processed when the transaction is settled. You can look up your license status at the Board's website, Professional Profile, which provides real-time license information.
The Board will mail out a new license/registration to your designated public address in about 5 business days. If you don’t receive the new card in 2-3 weeks, please contact the Board. If you contact the Board for not receiving a license after 30 days from your renewal date, a $20.00 fee will be required for a replacement license card.
If your CME is due this renewal, you don’t need to send any CME certificate/materials to the Board unless specifically required to do so. The Board will contact with you by mail asking you to submit the CME documentation, if you are randomly selected for auditing, or for complaint investigation purposes. Please keep those documents retained personally for 5 years.
Starting April, 2016, you have a chance to register with MN Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) during the online renewal. If you registered, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org to inform you about the PMP account registration status. If you are a PA, you need to maintain NCCPA certification, and maintain, or submit, an updated Notice of Intent to Practice to the Board that contains of delegate authority to prescribe.
The information you provided for the Workforce Survey is directly saved at the Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Rural Health and Primary Care. The Board doesn’t have the access to that information. If you have any comment/concern, please email us at email@example.com.