Nothing sends a chill up a professional's spine like realizing you are under investigation. You have not received the letter yet informing you of this, but you suspect a complaint has been filed against you.
Many business executives believe that building a great organization starts at the top. For chief executive officers, this means fostering an environment that is both ethical and profitable. Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act in March 2010, the health care industry has been at the crux of this balance, with new laws meaning increased scrutiny from a variety of media and government organizations.
Not every board complaint is investigated, but those that are can have a grave impact on your medical license and your livelihood. For physicians who are facing a medical board investigation, it is crucial to take the proper steps to defend yourself against sanctions, license revocation, and more.