Archive, April 2017.

Drug diversion among nurses is a serious and common issue, and it can result in severe consequences. Unfortunately, not all nurses and nurse practitioners who are reprimanded for drug diversion are guilty. In fact, it is possible that you may have done something that could lead to an investigation for drug diversion. Surprised? Skeptical? Most nurses are until they find themselves under intense scrutiny. Learn more about the behaviors that may result in a drug diversion investigation, and what you can do about it, with help from the following information.
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Social media has become more than just a place to talk with your friends and family; it is now the place to do business and meet new people. It is also a place where experienced professionals can share their knowledge and obtain new clients. For doctors, though, there is a fine line between sharing knowledge and violating privacy acts. Cross it, and your medical license could be placed at risk. Learn more about HIPPA and social media use, and what you can do if you find yourself in under investigation from the Texas Medical Board.
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Every day, nurses save and enrich the lives of their patients. That makes them heroes. However, nurses are not perfect; they make mistakes, just like everyone else. Unfortunately, those mistakes can sometimes result in serious or adverse consequences for the patient. Additionally, some errors could result in an investigation by the Texas Board of Nursing.
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Dental procedures, such as tooth extractions, dental fillings, and root canals are often necessary to preserve oral health. Unfortunately, these same procedures can carry risks for patients. Dry socket, post-procedure infections, and even death are all possibilities. Some are rarer than others, but all can pose a risk to your practice and your dental licensing status. Learn more with help from the following information.
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