Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 4730.19, before initiating supervision of one or more physician assistants licensed in Ohio, a physician licensed in Ohio must enter into a supervision agreement with each physician assistant who will be supervised.
The State Medical Board of Ohio (“Medical Board”) is authorized to take disciplinary action against a licensee based on a violation of Ohio Revised Code Section 4731.22(B). Discipline can include, but is not limited to, suspension, permanent revocation and non-permanent revocation of a medical license. A suspension results in the loss of the license to … Continue reading The Differences Between Suspension, Permanent Revocation and Non-Permanent Revocation of a Medical License by the State Medical Board of Ohio
We receive questions concerning the steps that are required or necessary in connection with the closure of a medical practice. Typically, a physician who has devoted their entire life to the day-to-day practice of medicine is faced with numerous legal, accounting, and administrative tasks, some of which extend beyond the actual shut-down of the practice. … Continue reading Medical Practice Closure Considerations