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Handling medical board complaints: 9 mistakes to avoid

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Medical board complaints can put your career in jeopardy. Here are mistakes to avoid.

While most doctors are primarily concerned about a medical malpractice suit, a medical board complaint on its own can significantly disrupt your income - and even end a career.As a result, it is vital to handle the complaint in the appropriate manner and avoid making crucial mistakes that can cost you. Here are 9 mistakes to avoid if you are dealing with a medical board complaint.

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