New Hampshire Internist Fined $88K for Poor Recordkeeping, Other Issues

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Susan Hare, MD, an internal medicine and pediatrics physician from Tilton, N.H., has been slapped with nearly $88,000 in fines due to a wide range of "professional misconduct," according to a Boston Globe news report.

 

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Among Dr. Hare's 21 violations, the state board of medicine found she improperly disposed of patient medical records into a garbage bag, did not notify patients and staff members of her practice's possible closing and did not provide patient records 30 day period within a patient request, according to the news report.

According to the news report, in 2010 Dr. Hare's medical license was suspended for five years for improper medication management.

Read the news report about Susan Hare.

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