If your Florida medical, nursing, dentist’s, chiropractor’s, pharmacy, or other healthcare license is suspended or revoked, that doesn’t mean you can’t get it reinstated.
For Michigan licensed healthcare providers, not reporting a criminal conviction will lead to penalties, fines, license probation, even full license revocation.
What happens if a healthcare facility has an unwritten, common practice of allowing nurses to give patients drugs as needed, without a doctor’s authorization?
Each day a Michigan licensed healthcare provider lets go by without taking action to an Administrative Complaint, is one step closer to a bad outcome with your medical board. Here are five reasons not to wait — and what to do instead.
The March 31, 2021 deadline is approaching for Florida physicians to renew their medical license, Our healthcare attorneys have what you need to know.
What’s the best way for a Florida nurse or physician to face orders compelling exam? Having legal representation and medical experts from the get-go.
Our Florida health care attorneys handled a nurse’s drug diversion case, and it’s a perfect example of how, when combining specialty healthcare law expertise, we at Chapman Law Group are the leaders in Florida.
Michigan nurses and medical practitioners are most often referred to HPRP by employers due to potential safety-to-practice concerns.
Florida nurses and medical practitioners are most often referred to IPN and PRN by employers due to potential safety-to-practice concerns.