How to Avoid a Medical Board Complaint

How to Avoid a Medical Board Complaint

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You are invited to join us for a seminar designed to help physicians and healthcare professionals identify and reduce risk

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The Doctors Company and Central Coast Medical Association Presents:

How to Avoid a Medical Board Complaint

Wednesday, August 31, 2022

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

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PURPOSE

Physicians must be knowledgeable regarding how to avoid being reported to the Medical Board. They must also understand the Medical Board's role and responsibilities for physician oversight; including, reviewing and investigating complaints, issuing sanctions, and imposing disciplinary action when a physician violates licensure and statutory regulations. This program will provide physicians with information on the types of complaints and issues that most frequently prompt the Medical Board to send a letter of inquiry and investigation to a physician. The session will include 805.8 mandatory reporting requirements and discuss the appropriate process to follow when responding to a letter from the Medical Board.

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OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this program, you will be able to:

  • Understand the Medical Board role in consumer complaints against the medical profession
  • Discuss three frequent reasons physicians receive a letter from the Medical Board.
  • Evaluate two practice areas to assess for improvement to decrease the chance of a Medical Board inquiry
  • Develop an action plan to follow in the event I receive a letter from the Medical Board

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PRESENTERS

  • Julie Song, MPH, CPHRM: Patient Safety Risk Manager II, The Doctors Company
  • Richard F. Cahill, Esq. Vice President, Associate General Counsel , The Doctors Company

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QUESTIONS

For questions, email events@ccmahealth.org

EARN 1.5 CME CREDIT

Sign on to www.doctors.cnf.io at end of webinar to record attendance and complete evaluation for CME credit.

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ACCREDITATION, DISCLOSURE, AND DISCLAIMER STATEMENT

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