DOH Investigative Letters and APRNs

A frequent question asked by Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) who are faced with an investigation by their professional board and the Florida Department of Health (DOH) is whether or not to speak to the DOH investigator. The process begins when DOH sends a Medical Quality Assurance Investigator to speak with the licensee about the […]

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“Failing to Meet Minimum Standards of Performance” | How it Impacts Your Psychology License

If you received an administrative complaint or an investigative letter from the Florida Department of Health for failing to meet minimum standards of performance, there are serious charges that can negatively impact your Florida psychology license. Please Note: Upon receipt of an administrative complaint or investigative letter, it is important you take action and contact […]

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New Rules for Florida's Newly Enacted Autonomous APRN Law

In 2020, the Florida Legislature changed the law to allow Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) who are eligible to hold the status of independent practitioner.  Under the law as written APRNs who meet certain criteria to practice primary care or midwifery without physician supervision or a protocol are given this status. There are some limitations […]

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