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Florida Statutes § 483.825

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“Grounds for disciplinary action under the regulation of professions and occupations law”

Clinical laboratory personnel may be denied a license or face disciplinary sanctions for a variety of grounds including:

  • Demonstrating incompetence or making consistent errors in the performance of clinical laboratory examinations or reporting;
  • Rendering a test report to a person not authorized by law to receive it;
  • Failing to report to the Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel of any action taken against him or her that may affect his or her ability to practice as clinical laboratory personnel in another state within 30 days;
  • Being unable to perform clinical laboratory examinations with reasonable skill because of illness or substance use;
  • Paying or receiving any commission, bonus, kickback, or rebate or engaging in any split-fee arrangement with another health care professional or entity for patient referrals; and
  • Engaging in sexual misconduct with a patient.

Current as of June 2015