Archive, March 2017.

Nurses lead some of the busiest and most hectic lives; they are often on call, work strange or long hours, and spend the majority of their time caring for others. Unfortunately, all that busyness may cause them to forget the very thing that allows them to practice medicine. What can a nurse expect if he or she fails to renew their Texas nursing license? Further, what can they do if they experience complications along the way? The following explains.
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If you have had your nursing license revoked by the Texas Board of Nursing, you may be wondering if you will ever be able to return to the profession you love. Rest assured: it is possible to have your license reinstated. The following outlines what you can do if you have already lost your nursing license, but also provides some crucial information on how to protect a nursing license for those who may be in the preliminary stages of a BON investigation.
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While advertising and referrals are often a critical aspect to growth and profit, there are risks involved for physicians. More specifically, advertising and referral systems that violate the federal laws could lead to serious consequences, including the suspension or revocation of your medical license. The following information can help you avoid such situations. You shall also learn how you can protect your medical license if you become the subject of a Texas Medical Board investigation.
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Every physician knows that accurate medical records are critical to ensuring patient safety and comprehensive medical treatment, but did you know that failures in this area could result in a suspension of your medical license? Moreover, errors on the part of in-office staff could come back on you. Learn how to reduce the risk of charting issues, and how you can protect your medical license in the face of an investigation from the Texas Medical Board.
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