Law Pushes Minnesota Medical Board for Greater Transparency
the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Gov. Mark Dayton signed the bill into law Friday.
The law also requires the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice, which regulates Minnesota's 20,000 physicians, to work quickly on consumer complaints against physicians and to resolve disputed complaints within a year unless it "cannot be reasonably accomplished" in that period.
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