Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64B8-8.002 - Time for Payment of Civil Penalties or Administrative Fines; Time Frames for Completion of Requirements

Current through Reg. 47, No. 249; December 28, 2021

(1) In cases where the Board of Medicine imposes a civil penalty or an administrative fine for violation of Chapter 456 or 458, F.S., or the rules promulgated pursuant thereunder, the penalty shall be paid within thirty (30) days of its imposition by Order of the Board unless a different time frame is set forth in the Order. In addition, any costs imposed by Order of the Board shall be paid within thirty (30) days unless a different time frame is set forth in the Order.
(2) Unless otherwise specified in the Board's Order, the time frames for completion of the requirements are as follows:
(a) FMA sponsored medical records course is to be completed within one year from the date the Order is filed;
(b) USF sponsored prescribing course is to be completed within one year from the date the Order is filed;
(c) Continuing medical education is to be completed within one year from the date the Order is filed;
(d) Community service is to be completed within one year from the date the Order is filed;
(e) Quality assurance (risk management) reviews of practice shall be required within four (4) months from the date the Order is filed and compliance with any and all recommendations shall be required within four (4) months following the quality assurance review;
(f) The application and all materials required for the Florida CARES or Board-approved equivalent evaluations must be submitted to Florida CARES or equivalent evaluations within six (6) months from the date the Order is filed and compliance with any and all recommendations of the evaluation shall be required to be completed and compliance demonstrated within eight (8) months following the evaluation;
(g) Lectures imposed by Order of the Board shall be completed and documentation submitted within one (1) year from the date the Order is filed. Documentation shall consist of written documentation from the physician setting forth the date, time, place, topic and duration (must be at least one hour in length) of the lecture. In addition, the physician shall submit a copy of the sign-in sheet for those in attendance at the lecture. Documentation from the risk manager is not required; and,
(h) Reports to the Board's Probationer's Committee shall be made quarterly.

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Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64B8-8.002

Rulemaking Authority 456.072(2), 458.309 FS. Law Implemented 456.072(2) FS.

New 10-23-80, Formerly 21M-20.02, Amended 9-7-92, Formerly 21M-20.002, 61F6-20.002, 59R-8.002, Amended 7-10-01, 5-4-06, Amended by Florida Register Volume 45, Number 201, October 15, 2019 effective 10-29-19.

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