Typically, once the Board establishes that it has jurisdiction, the Board will notify the physician that a complaint has been filed and request the physician’s response to the complainant’s allegations. Then, an investigation will take place and the Board will issue a decision either dismissing the case or finding against the doctor and issuing a reprimand or substantive sanctions.
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