Georgia is at the bottom in the rate of “serious actions” taken against physicians by state medical boards, according to Public Citizen. And that’s... Commentary: Georgia weak on doctor oversight

Georgia is at the bottom in the rate of “serious actions” taken against physicians by state medical boards, according to Public Citizen.

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And that’s a problem, argues Jack Bernard in a new GHN Commentary.

“Georgia is not monitoring its physician quality-of-care problems as well as Kentucky,” which is the most active state in such actions, Bernard writes. He outlines several actions the state can take to improve the situation.

Here’s a link to his Commentary.


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