Review Event Recording - Physician Licensing Investigation Webinar

Practicing Preventative Medicine - Anything you say (or do) During State Licensing Investigations WILL be Used Against you
03.21.2024 | Noon to 1 p.m.

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Practicing Preventative Medicine

Originally Held: March 21, 2024
Time: Noon to 1 p.m.
Cost: Complimentary

Whether a licensing investigation is prompted by a patient complaint, a National Practitioner Databank entry, or something else, the first thing state investigators do is request an “informal” interview.

Seems harmless, right? Wrong. Interview requests typically occur even before a formal complaint is issued. They are often recorded, and the target of the investigation will not be Mirandized before the investigator starts asking probing questions. Make no mistake – anything the target says or does in that interview can and will be used against them!

In this webinar, we discussed how you can practice much more than an ounce of preventative medicine should the state ever come calling. We reviewed the investigation process with a focus on this critical first interview request. Our presenters also pointed out the pitfalls and discussed why you should never – ever – agree to participate in an informal interview without first consulting an attorney.

Your medical license could be on the line, so feel free to watch the recording by using the links above or below!

Who Should Attend?

This webinar was designed to benefit physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, health care office managers and their insurance providers.


Justin Hakala Eric Ramar
Claire Vergara

Webinar Recording

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