Navigating SOAP (and avoiding a Match Violation)

On Monday, March 3, 2022, NRMP and AAMC published a video on Navigating Match Week and SOAP, which video highlights the various processes, procedures, and “what to expects” for all […]

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Tips for Avoiding a Match Violation in Connection with a Match Waiver

Posted March 4th, 2022 by .

Categories: ECFMG, Healthcare Litigation, Medical Licensing, NBME, NRMP, USMLE.

The Rank Order List Certification deadline has now passed, and, with it, the time to have withdrawn from the Match. Countless fourth year medical students and medical school graduates eagerly […]

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USMLE, ECFMG, AAMC, ERAS, NRMP, ACGME, FSMB, and FCVS: The Complex Alphabet Soup of Becoming a Medical Doctor in the United States

We received a lot of calls from aspiring doctors last year after publishing our blog post about becoming a physician in the United States, and we are always looking to […]

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Reporting Irregular Behavior or Other Disciplinary Actions When Applying for a Medical License

The consequences of a finding of Irregular Behavior cannot be understated.  As reported on our website , the Federation of State Medical Board’s website, and ECFMG: “Engaging in irregular behavior can […]

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The Consequences of a Finding of Irregular Behavior

Posted September 1st, 2020 by .

Categories: ECFMG, Healthcare Litigation, Hospital Credentialing, NBME, USMLE.

Per our website at this link, we write “What is at stake when a medical student, medical school graduate or medical professional receives a letter informing them that they are […]

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Pennsylvania Licensing Changes Due to COVID-19

Posted March 29th, 2020 by .

Categories: Healthcare Litigation.

To permit additional healthcare professionals the opportunity to assist Pennsylvanians in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Wolf announced various changes and the temporary suspension of certain licensing and renewal […]

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