State Licensing Boards Fail to Protect the Public from Dangerous Health Care Providers

Without a license to practice medicine or surgery or nursing or whatever, no health care practitioner can touch a patient. So the state licensing boards that issue -- and are authorized by law to take away -- licenses are important watchdogs for patient safety and accountability.

Which is why a year-long investigation by reporter William Heisel makes you want to cry.

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Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Health Updates, Personal Injury Updates, Professional Malpractice Updates

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