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Last Updated on: 26th February 2023, 05:42 am
Becoming a licensed Physician Assistant is no easy feat. It takes a considerable amount of time, effort, and financial investment. However, the recognition that your skills and abilities have earned you the right to be a healthcare provider is worth it. Unfortunately, not everyone who has earned this right can keep it. Defending your Physician Assistant’s license can sometimes be nearly as challenging as earning it was.
All it takes is one accusation of professional misconduct, and you could lose your license. Whether the allegation is true or not, the mere accusation alone can destroy your career if you fail to mount a strong defense of your name and reputation. Don’t wait until it’s too late; seek competent legal help the moment your livelihood needs defending. Only experienced attorneys like those at Spodek Law Group, who understand these issues, can provide you with adequate protection.
The healthcare industry is considered the most stressful and complaint-inducing profession, with increasing workloads year after year. With so much difficulty surrounding the profession, becoming a licensed Physician Assistant is more of a calling than just another job. Losing your career over a simple mistake or a false accusation is tragic, especially considering the level of responsibility that Physician Assistants have in patient care.
Most interactions between Physician Assistants and patients go off without a hitch. Still, vulnerable patients can misunderstand their treatment or get upset with their medical outcomes. When the time comes to lay blame, the Physician Assistant often finds themselves the target of an aggressive attorney’s campaign.
In New Jersey, several charges are enough to put a Physician Assistant on the road to losing their license. These charges include willful negligence, medical malpractice, performing duties while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, medical billing improprieties, and carrying out unnecessary medical procedures. In some cases, the charge alone is enough to warrant the loss of your license. Innocent people shouldn’t lose their licenses due to unfounded allegations, and a competent attorney from Spodek Law Group can ensure that they don’t.
Unlike most jobs, the Physician Assistant’s career and livelihood are always under scrutiny. One brush with the law can lead to license suspension or revocation. Even if no criminal conviction takes place, a simple interaction with law enforcement can lead to an investigation of other areas of your life. These areas can include known associates, social media accounts, financial dealings, child support arrears, allegations of sexual abuse or misconduct, and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Sources of inquiry and investigation into the lives of Physician Assistants have virtually no boundaries. Unlike a criminal matter where the overwhelming burden of proof is on the accuser, Physician Assistants often find themselves in the position of having to offer an affirmative defense in the face of a governing body that need not be overly concerned with what might be considered fair to the accused.
The most crucial advice that a Physician Assistant can take is to consult an attorney like Todd Spodek immediately after receiving any form of disciplinary communication from the State Board of Medical Examiners. Investigators have no obligation to protect your interests and will certainly turn over any incriminating evidence against you that they uncover. In some cases, a Physician Assistant can lose their license based on information that is completely unrelated to the initial cause of investigation.
Recent data indicates that as many as 40% of all medical lawsuits are deemed frivolous. False and baseless accusations can have disastrous consequences for the Physician Assistant who lacks proper legal representation. In New Jersey, Physician Assistants are regulated by the Physician Assistant Advisory Committee of the State Board of Medical Examiners. This powerful board oversees licensing and disciplinary actions relating to the job of Physician Assistant. The rules and regulations that govern Physician Assistants are necessarily complex. In the case of disciplinary action, having an attorney from Spodek Law Group can mean the difference between presenting your case successfully or losing your license.
If you’ve already had your license suspended or revoked, there may still be a chance for you to get it back. Defending your name and reputation against serious charges is a job that is best left to the experts. Even if you decide against getting legal help, schedule a consultation and learn your options from an attorney who is familiar with the legal issues affecting you.
The experienced attorneys at Spodek Law Group have handled numerous cases of defending Physician Assistants’ licenses in New Jersey. They have a deep understanding of the law and exhibit professionalism in every aspect of their work. They can show you that they have the experience necessary to handle any legal situation you may be facing.
Your license as a Physician Assistant is not just another certification; it’s a recognition of your hard work, dedication, and expertise. Losing it over a simple mistake or a false accusation can be devastating. Don’t let this happen to you. Contact Spodek Law Group and Attorney Todd Spodek to defend your name and reputation. They will provide you with the legal help you need to protect your livelihood and your career.
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