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A person licensed under this chapter who, in good faith and without malice, discloses to the appropriate licensing board that another licensed practitioner of the healing arts has allegedly committed an act of unprofessional or unlawful conduct in the provision of health or mental health services is immune from civil liability arising out of the disclosure.
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