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Disciplinary action; information; disclosure, A.R.S. § 32-3206

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“Disciplinary action; information; disclosure”
The health profession regulatory board (“board”) must provide a health professional or their attorney with information related to a disciplinary proceeding at least 10 days before an interview or hearing. Such information must include, when applicable, an expert opinion or evaluation of the allegations, any patient records the board obtained from other providers, the results of board ordered tests or evaluations of the health professional, and other information that the board may use to render their decision. Persons that receive such information from the board may only use or disclose the information in connection with the disciplinary process; uses or discloses unrelated to the disciplinary processes are prohibited.