Archive, June 2015.

The Texas Medical Board’s rules are intended to regulate the work processes of Texas physicians. However, the document outlining all of the rules is quite extensive and consists of 244 single-spaced pages with an extensive word count. Most Texas physicians express familiarity with this document, its contents, and its regulations. Still, there are several rules that seem to be the most troublesome for Texas physicians.
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The Texas State Board of Dental Examiners (TSBDE) is responsible for responding to and managing complaints against dentists and their practices. Moreover, the TSBDE investigates complaints, laboratories, and additional personnel who work with a dentist. When a complaint is submitted to the TSBDE, it is assigned a classification of either Priority One or Priority Two. Priority One cases represent more serious claims like patient death, injury while in the care of a dentist, unlicensed practice, or conditions that could be considered unsanitary. Priority Two cases are less serious complaints …
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Texas pharmacists are currently under fire for the state’s growing prescription drug abuse problem. Those who own or operate their own pharmacies are being scrutinized by state and federal authorities—any pharmacist who sells or dispenses hydrocodone, alprazalom, or carisoprodol to patients for the purpose of pain management may be investigated.
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