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Nursing License Discipline

Unreported Conviction? – License Renewal Opportunity

By Aaron J. Kemp Health professional licensees with a conviction that they have failed to report to their licensing board […]

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What Every Health Professional Should Know About Driving Under the Influence of Drugs in Michigan

Nearly all providers prescribe substances that have an impact on their patients’ ability to drive. In addition, many health professionals […]

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What To Do If You Are Accused of Drug Diversion or Stealing Drugs

Most often employers report nurses and other health care professionals for alleged drug diversion and/or failure to properly document medication […]

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What Happens if You Fail a Pre Employment Drug Test or Random Employment Drug Test

Failing a pre employment drug test or random employment drug test is a very serious matter and could be the beginning of […]

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What to Do If a DOH or LARA Investigator Wants To Talk To You

Do not speak to, or meet with, a Department of Health or LARA investigator until you speak to a professional licensing attorney. […]

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What to Do If You Receive a Letter from LARA Regarding an Investigation into Your License

I received a letter from the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) regarding an investigation. What should I […]

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Should I enter the Health Professionals Recovery Program (HPRP)?

***CLASS ACTION FILED AGAINST HPRP*** Click here to read about our case against HPRP HPRP is not right for everyone […]

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I Received a Letter From the Florida Department of Health (DOH) Regarding an Investigation. What Should I Do?

Chart of Florida Administrative Complaint Process for Health Professionals The investigation letter is the beginning of the professional licensing discipline […]

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What To Do If A Complaint Is Filed Against You With The Department Of Health (DOH)

There is a difference between an administrative complaint and the initial complaint. An administrative complaint is filed by the relevant […]

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Reporting a Health Care Employee to DOH May Result in Liability

By Carly Van Thomme, Esq. While in many cases, those who report health care workers to the Department of Health […]

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How to Help Protect Your Medical or Nursing License Following a DUI

You’ve likely heard horror stories about fellow health professionals losing their license because of a DUI, or being forced into […]

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If I receive an Administrative Complaint, what should I do?

An administrative complaint is the beginning of the formal process. Unless an emergency suspension has been entered you are still […]

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Social Media Activity Investigations By State Medical Boards

  by Robert A. Welch, Jr. Social media is not only a way to keep in touch with your friends […]

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Scope of Practice / Practice Act

Health care is a dynamic field, continually evolving with new technology, treatments and procedures which involve sophisticated patient care activities. […]

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What to Do If You Receive an Emergency Suspension Order (ESO) Against Your Medical or Nursing License

An emergency suspension is very serious and can only be granted if you possess a clear and present danger to […]

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