- Federal data bank is a sort of “blacklist,” charges physician interest group
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- California AG hits teledentistry company SmileDirect executive with fraud charges over practice scheme
- Boards faulted for failure to discipline many opioid over-prescribers
- “Confidential letter” warning about discipline is discipline
On August 20, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania reversed a lower court which had ordered the state's medical board and Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs to enforce a subpoena for medical records.
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