- Board investigator’s implied threat of sanctions excludes use of his interview of licensee as evidence in criminal case
- Vermont board would take 23% fiscal hit by signing on to interstate compact
- Unprofessionalism, sloppiness, and rudeness of surgeons linked to patients’ post-op complications
- Low public awareness found in online survey about discipline of doctors
- Board’s flawed case was not unreasonable, court finds in denying fees and costs
A doctor whose memory impairment made it difficult for him to take multiple-choice exams was not entitled to his requested disability accommodations on a board certification test because he still had average test-taking abilities and because the accommodations would fundamentally alter the nature of the exam, a federal district court in Pennsylvania ruled November 6
The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.