Medical Board Hearings: 4 Steps to Avoid

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Being brought in front of a state medical board is stressful experience for any physician, however, it essential that physicians take the necessary steps to successfully make it through a medical board hearing, according to a Medscape Business of Medicine report.

Here are four things physicians should avoid doing:

1. Failing to act appropriately to the initial letter.
2. Trying to represent yourself.
3. Providing inadequate documentation.
4. Blowing your cool before the board.

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