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Elder Abuse liability may be premised on hospital’s knowing pattern of understaffing in violation of regulations

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Plaintiffs’ operative complaint alleged that decedent George Fenimore, Jr., suffered from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, was prone to wandering away from home, and had begun to suffer an increased number of falls, leading his family to admit him to a local hospital.  He was transferred from that hospital to Resnick…

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Michael Edward Rose v. California Board of Behavioral Sciences

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RUVOLO, P.J. I. INTRODUCTION Respondent Michael Edward Rose (Rose) is a licensed clinical social worker who was subjected to professional disciplinary proceedings by appellant Board of Behavioral Sciences (Board)1 after he suffered three drunk driving convictions within 11 years. After the Board issued its ruling, Rose brought a petition for…

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“Conditional suspension” not an option while psychologist’s criminal appeal pending

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A Board of Psychology did not err in choosing to revoke a psychologist’s license once it learned that a conditional indefinite suspension, with jurisdiction to revoke, was not possible, the District Court of Appeal of Florida held June 6 (William Kale, Ph.D. v. Department of Health). The board hoped to…

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Traditional licensing: Storm clouds ahead?

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The traditional appointed board model for regulating the professions has been a fixture of state government for well over a century. But new models of delivering services, plus a pro-competition climate at the state and federal level, may be threatening the classic regulatory structure. The February 25 U.S. Supreme Court…

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Board did not have to warn licensee about report to National Practitioner Data Bank

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A board’s decision not to rescind a settlement agreement with a doctor, which the doctor said was offered to her without proper disclosures, was affirmed by the Court of Appeals of Iowa, in an August 27 ruling (DeLouis v. Iowa Board of Medicine). In 2012, the Iowa Board of Medicine…

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