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Archive, December 2017.

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) was put in place to protect the private health information of patients in the United States. Sadly, violations and breaches are still far too common – and if one occurs in your practice, it could place your nursing license at risk. Thankfully, by learning and avoiding the most common HIPAA violations, you can decrease your risk of an investigation and subsequent disciplinary action. Learn more, including how an experienced attorney can help protect your nursing license during an investigation with the Texas Board of …
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Pain management doctors and clinics have long been targeted for drug dispensing issues, but thanks to the opioid crisis, investigations into these clinics are becoming more frequent and aggressive. In fact, news sources indicate that officials are now intentionally targeting what they consider “drug dealing doctors.” Learn what this might mean for your pain management practice and medical license, and discover how an experienced medical license defense lawyer can help protect them both.
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Having your nursing license suspended can place your very livelihood at risk, but it does not have to be forever. You can have it reinstated, once you meet certain conditions. Unfortunately, the process of reinstatement is both complex and time-consuming. Learn how an experienced nursing license defense attorney can help you through it, and how having one on your side can improve your overall chances of a favorable outcome.
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Nursing is full of opportunities and positive, career-advancing opportunities. It is also filled with potential risks that can place your license in jeopardy. Thankfully, there are some strategies that you can use to decrease your chances of an investigation from the Texas Board of Nursing (BON). Learn more about them, and discover how an experienced nursing license defense attorney can help protect your license, should you find yourself the subject of an investigation.
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