Shooting First and Asking Questions Later: How a Health Care Practitioner Can Lose Their License Immediately on the Spot
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Deadline: April 18, 2017 | Date: April 18, 2017
Updated: 2017-03-09 19:45:46 (GMT+9)
Call For Papers - CFPThe state’s authority and power over the health care practitioner often presents challenges to that professional that are not easy to navigate. One of the most feared actions the state may take is to issue an immediate, temporary suspension of a health care practitioner’s professional license to prevent an alleged immediate harm to the public. Once issued, the practitioner is left with an uncertain process to challenge the state action.Learn to identify, understand, and defend against such state actions which may result in ruinous practice and career consequences for the health care professional.This program offers an objective, thorough review of the powers of the state over an individual health care practitioner to take immediate action to stop the practice of the professional.Why Should You AttendToday’s diverse, fast-changing, multidisciplinary health care environment involves many health care professionals who have obtained an education, passed applicable examinations, completed professional training, and hold a license to practice their chosen profession issued by the state.Thereafter, the state’s authority and power over the practitioner are great. State agencies routinely handle, investigate, and dismiss -- or prosecute -- alleged violations of law that can be career ending for the practitioner if pursued. But that process takes time with many steps necessary for due process of law.One of the most feared actions the state may take is to issue an immediate, temporary suspension of a health care practitioner’s professional license to prevent an alleged immediate harm to the public. Unlike the usual administrative process that takes time, once issued, the practitioner is left with an uncertain process to challenge the state action – all the while he or she is stopped from practicing.Learn to identify the legal authority for this drastic state action. Seek to understand and defend against such state actions because they may result in ruinous practice and career consequences for the health care professional.This program offers an objective, thorough review of the powers of the state over an individual health care practitioner to take immediate action to stop the practice of the professional. This program also reviews defenses with practice tips to defend successfully such immediate state action. Otherwise, the health care practitioner likely suffers a fatal blow to his or her professional practice and career.Learning ObjectivesTo identify sources of legal authority for the state to take immediate action against a professional’s health care license;To understand administrative procedures applied to the process of immediate state action;To review due process standards for the individual health care practitioner;To know defenses to immediate state action proceedings;To examine select case law on immediate state action proceeding;To examine state agency creation and implementation,To grasp practice tips for successfully handling immediate state action proceedings.Who Will Benefit• Individual health care practitioners; • Health care attorneys;• Corporate counsel in health care;• Corporate compliance officers, and;• University faculty in health care.For More Info, Please Click below URL:https://www.demystifiedsolutions.com/trainingDetails/Shooting-First-and-Asking-Questions-Later-How-a-Health-Care-Practitioner-Can-Lose-Their-License-Immediately-on-the-Spot-DEMY051421
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