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$6.3 Million in Penalties Assessed by the Texas Department of Insurance

The Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) governs agent and adjuster licensing,  and company licensing and registration. Its Agent and Adjuster Licensing Office regulates the licensing, registration, and certification of individuals who will sell insurance or adjust property and casualty claims in Texas. Texas insurance premiums in 2017 topped over $160 billion, making Texas the second-largest...

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Sedation and Anesthesia Required Preoperative Checklist for Texas Dentists

The Texas State Board of Dental Examiners (TSBDE or Dental Board) establishes standards for and regulates the practice of dentistry in Texas and enforces the Dental Practice Act and other statutes relating to the practice of dentistry. To administer nitrous oxide/oxygen inhalation sedation or Levels 1, 2, 3, or 4 sedation Texas dentists must hold...

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Texas Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractor License

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractors in Texas are required to be licensed. The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) is the regulatory body responsible for licensure and enforcement of Texas air conditioning (A/C) and refrigeration contractors. This program regulates contractors who install, repair or maintain systems related to A/C, refrigeration, or heating. Disciplinary Action...

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How Many TMB Complaints Go to the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH)?

The Texas Medical Board (TMB) is the regulatory body for physicians, medical radiologic technologist, acupuncturists, and other health care practitioners in Texas. By statute, the Board has the authority and duty to resolve complaints filed against its licensees. It receives and reviews over 8,000 complaints a year from patients, patient family members, health care professionals,...

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Do I Have to Report an Impaired Physician to the Texas Medical Board?

The Texas Medical Practice Act (MPA) includes mandatory reporting requirements for individual practitioners, as well medical peer review committees and health care entities. When does a duty to report an impaired physician to the Texas Medical Board arise? Certain health care practitioners, "shall report relevant information to the board relating to the acts of a...

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