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The Georgia Composite Medical Board voted in its meeting today to update language for the mental health question on all licensure applications.
The Georgia Composite Medical Board has published its quarterly newsletter for Winter 2023.
The United States Drug Enforcement Administration announced today that it is eliminating the DATA-Waiver Program.
The Georgia Composite Medical Board added a new question to the license renewal application regarding continuing medical education in professional boundaries and physician sexual misconduct.
Effective today, holders of a Georgia Composite Medical Board license can now access an electronic copy of the license through the Board's online account portal.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is releasing updated and expanded recommendations for clinicians providing pain care for adult outpatients with short- and long-term pain.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has published an information sheet about Paxlovid’s eligibility and effectiveness in treating COVID-19.
During the June Board meeting, the Georgia Composite Medical Board voted to select Matthew W. Norman, MD, as chair for 2022-2023. Andrew B. Reisman, MD, was also elected to serve as vice chair.
Last month, Gov. Brian Kemp appointed Charles Edward Harris, Jr., as a member of the Georgia Composite Medical Board. Harris replaces Shawn Hanley, who stepped down as one of the Board's consumer members in May.