Termination Of Voluntary Agreement Not To Practice

b) To the extent that this is not already provided for by law or by law, a health care publication within the meaning of this chapter proposes a provision for statutory authorization, in accordance with the provisions of page 29A-3-1 and below, to regulate telemedicine practice. The proposed rule is: FREE RELINQUISH PENDING BOARD ACTION – the licensed practitioner has proposed to drop his license to practice in the State of Florida and agrees not to practice until the approval of this waiver. This offer of the task is submitted to the Executive Committee/Council of Practitioners in order to take final action. The Council/Council will make the final decision on what action to take against the practitioner`s licence. Practitioners are required to update their profile data. (c) Any chamber covered in this chapter may, in accordance with Chapter 29 bis of this Code, adopt rules to establish conduct, practices or acts which, according to the Judgment of the Chamber, are likely to constitute professional negligence, constitute an intentional departure from recognized standards of conduct, or render a person unqualified or unsuitable for licensing, registration or other means of practising. VOLUNTARY INACTIVE [for EMT/Paramedics] – the practitioner had a CLEAR ACTIVE certification and made a written request for the certification to be applied to the INACTIVE status. The practitioner may remain inactive for up to six years. The practitioner is not allowed to practice in the state of Florida. DENIED RENEWAL – The licensed practitioner or licensed organization has been denied the opportunity to renew the license because it is not eligible for renewal under Section 456.0635, Florida Statutes. The practitioner or institution is not allowed to practice or operate in the state of Florida. (a) Any chamber covered in this chapter may suspend or revoke the licence of a person who has been convicted of a crime or who has been established to have committed conduct, practices or acts that constitute professional negligence or a deliberate departure from recognized standards of professional conduct.

If a person has been convicted of a crime or has been found to be involved in such conduct, practice or act, any chamber referred to in this chapter may issue decrees of authorization, reprimand, issue probation orders, impose fines of no more than $1,000 per day per offence, or one of them, singly or in combination.