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The board, after compliance with the Administrative Procedure Act (AS 44.62), will, in its discretion, suspend, revoke, or deny the license of a physician assistant who
(1) fails to pay the fees established in 12 AAC 02.250;
(2) has obtained, or attempted to obtain, a license or authorization to practice as a physician assistant by fraud, deceit, material misrepresentation, or false statement;
(4) consistently fails to comply with 12 AAC 40.460;
(5) practices without the required collaborative relationship;
(6) represents or uses any signs, figures, or letters to represent himself or herself as a physician, surgeon, doctor, or doctor of medicine;
(7) violates any section of this chapter;
(8) is found to have demonstrated professional incompetence as defined in 12 AAC 40.970.
History: Eff. 1/13/80, Register 73; am 9/30/81, Register 79; am 8/20/87, Register 103; am 3/12/89, Register 109; am 6/28/97, Register 142
Authority: AS 08.64.100
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