Lorie Brown, Nurse Attorney, discusses the Office of the Inspector General Exclusion List. She explains what it is, how it affects your nursing license and your ability to practice with Medicare/Medicaid patients. She also discusses what will get you on the List, tips to stay off the List, and the difference between mandatory and permissive exclusions. For more information read Lorie’s article at: https://yournurseattorney.com/medicaremedicaid-exclusion-list/
Nurse Undone says
Good information. Most Nurses have no idea how the BRN’s work and how the scales of justice are not only tipped, but down right in a north and south position . Surrendering a nursing like is a punitive act ,it is considered punishment . unlike withdrawing an application.
If at BRN is railroading you, take them to court , and make a record they do illegal things but only because nurses do not challenge them. With a Revocation, you are placed on Data Bank, and there for you cannot do many jobs not only health care related but unrelated as well . You will be turned down for many jobs.