SBME Reporter – Spring 2017

Doctor Off Duty Volume 6, Issue 2 PHYSICIAN AGREES TO PERMANENT LIMITATION ON SCOPE OF PRACTICE  In a Final Agreement and Consent Order of Limitation of Medical Practice entered on March 23, 2017, an obstetrician/gynecologist voluntarily agreed to cease and desist from all involvement in labor and delivery of any patient. As set forth in […]

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SBME Reporter – Fall 2016

The Doctor’s Cut Volume 5, Issue 4 PHYSICIAN’S LICENSE REVOKED FOLLOWING GUILTY PLEA FOR VIOLATING THE ANTI-KICKBACK STATUTE On June 8, 2016, the respondent physician pled guilty to violation of the Anti-Kickback Statute and was subsequently sentenced to twelve (12) months in prison, a $6,000.00 fine and forfeiture of $174,000.00. The respondent admitted that, between September, […]

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SBME Reporter – Summer 2016

Painful Delivery? Volume 5, Issue 3 PHYSICIAN’S LICENSE SUMMARILY SUSPENDED FOR FAILURE TO DOCUMENT POTENTIALLY LIFE-THREATENING COMPLICATION In an Order Granting Partial Summary Decision and Suspending Licensure dated June 17, 2016, a respondent physician’s license was summarily suspended for three years, with the first two years to be served as a period of active suspension and […]

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SBME Reporter – Spring 2016

The Party’s Over Volume 5, Issue 2 PHYSICIAN’S LICENSE REVOKED FOR CDS POSSESSION, ILLEGAL TRANSPORTATION OF CDS, UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE AND ABANDONMENT OF PATIENT RECORDS In a Final Consent Order dated February 25, 2016, a physician’s voluntary surrender of his license was deemed to be a permanent revocation. The physician agreed to the facts alleged against […]

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SBME Reporter – Winter 2016

OD M.D.? Volume 5, Issue 1 GROSS DEVIATION FROM STANDARD OF CARE AND INDISCRIMINATE PRESCRIBING RESULTS IN PERMANENT REVOCATION OF LICENSE The New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners (“Board”) filed a Complaint alleging gross deviations from the standard of care by a physician in connection with his treatment of three New Jersey residents to […]

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