New York physician misconduct bill now law
A bill signed into law this week in New York now allows officials to publicly identify physicians who have been charged with misconduct or malpractice. It also gives the state Department of Health the power to investigate medical wrongdoing. The new law was prompted by a doctor who was accused of malpractice in 2004.
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