Archive, November 2015.
Finding out that a complaint has been filed with the Texas Medical Board (TMB) against you or your practice can be mentally and emotionally taxing. Moreover, it can also create anxiety over what the possible consequences for an infraction might be. However, the following this list of disciplines or actions that may be taken by the TMB may should help you to better understand why due diligence and care are crucial when handling and responding to complaints with the medical board.
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When the Texas Board of Nursing receives a complaint that a nurse may be placing the public in danger, an investigation ensues. If the nature of such a complaint stems from substance abuse, the nurse may then be Board ordered to undergo random drug testing. Understanding this order, and its implications, is essential to maintaining your license to practice.
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Most complaints filed with the Texas Medical Board come from outside sources. There are, however, situations in which a physician may feel responsible enough to self-report his or her own actions. But is this necessarily required? And if so, under what context?
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Moving is a taxing ordeal and consists of making arrangements and tying up last minute loose ends. However, when you also discover a complaint from the Texas Medical Board, it only adds more work and stress to the mix. Do you really need to fight it if you no longer plan to practice in the state of Texas? The short answer is yes.
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