Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64B8-8.015 - Mediation

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

(1) The provisions set forth in paragraph (2) below shall qualify for mediation only when the violation can be remedied by the licensee and there is no intentional misconduct.
(2) For purposes of Section 456.078, F.S., the Board designates as being appropriate for mediation, the following violations:
(a) Failure to comply with the requirements of Sections 381.026 and 381.0261, F.S., to provide patients with information about their patient rights and how to file a patient complaint;
(b) Negligently failing to file a report or record required by state or federal law;
(c) Failure to verify profile information or failure to comply with the requirements for profiling and credentialing;
(d) Falsely certifying compliance with required continuing medical education hours for the purpose of renewing a license or certification;
(e) Failure to notify the Department of change of practice or mailing address;
(f) Failure to provide medical records, upon request, to a patient or a patient's legal representative;
(g) Charging copying fees for patient records in violation of Rule 64B8-10.003, F.A.C.;
(h) False, deceptive or misleading advertising not involving intentional misconduct; and
(i) Failure to pay the fines or costs imposed by Board order.
(3) If a licensee is no longer eligible for mediation or if mediation fails, the above-referenced violations shall be eligible for the issuance of a citation pursuant to Rule 64B8-8.017, F.A.C.

Notes

Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 64B8-8.015
Rulemaking Authority 456.078 FS. Law Implemented 456.078 FS.
New 10-18-94, Formerly 59R-8.015, Amended 6-1-05, 7-9-12.

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