Tex. Occ. Code Section 164.0015
Remedial Plan


(a)

In addition to the authority under Sections 164.001 (Disciplinary Authority of Board; Methods of Discipline) and 164.002 (Board Disposition of Complaints, Contested Cases, and Other Matters), the board may issue and establish the terms of a remedial plan to resolve the investigation of a complaint relating to this subtitle.

(b)

A remedial plan may not contain a provision that:

(1)

revokes, suspends, limits, or restricts a person’s license or other authorization to practice medicine; or

(2)

assesses an administrative penalty against a person.

(c)

A remedial plan may not be imposed to resolve a complaint:

(1)

concerning:

(A)

a patient death;

(B)

the commission of a felony; or

(C)

a matter in which the physician engaged in inappropriate sexual behavior or contact with a patient or became financially or personally involved with a patient in an inappropriate manner; or

(2)

in which the appropriate resolution may involve a restriction on the manner in which a license holder practices medicine.

(d)

The board may not issue a remedial plan to resolve a complaint against a license holder if the license holder has entered into a remedial plan with the board in the preceding five years.

(e)

The board may assess a fee against a license holder participating in a remedial plan in an amount necessary to recover the costs of administering this plan.

(f)

The board shall adopt rules necessary to implement this section.
Added by Acts 2011, 82nd Leg., R.S., Ch. 600 (S.B. 227), Sec. 1, eff. September 1, 2011.
Added by Acts 2011, 82nd Leg., R.S., Ch. 1349 (H.B. 680), Sec. 4, eff. September 1, 2011.
Amended by:
Acts 2019, 86th Leg., R.S., Ch. 1231 (H.B. 1504), Sec. 10, eff. September 1, 2019.

Source: Section 164.0015 — Remedial Plan, https://statutes.­capitol.­texas.­gov/Docs/OC/htm/OC.­164.­htm#164.­0015 (accessed Jun. 5, 2024).

164.001
Disciplinary Authority of Board
164.002
Board Disposition of Complaints, Contested Cases, and Other Matters
164.003
Informal Proceedings
164.004
Compliance with Due Process Requirements
164.005
Initiation of Charges
164.006
Service of Notice
164.007
Administrative Hearings
164.008
Right to Counsel
164.009
Judicial Review
164.010
Monitoring of License Holder
164.011
License Status Pending Appeal
164.0015
Remedial Plan
164.0025
Delegation of Certain Complaint Dispositions
164.0031
Board Representation in Informal Proceedings
164.0032
Roles and Responsibilities of Participants in Informal Proceedings
164.0035
Dismissal of Baseless Complaint
164.0036
Notice Regarding Certain Complaints
164.051
Grounds for Denial or Disciplinary Action
164.052
Prohibited Practices by Physician or License Applicant
164.053
Unprofessional or Dishonorable Conduct
164.054
Additional Requirements Regarding Drug Records
164.055
Prohibited Acts Regarding Abortion
164.056
Physical or Mental Examination
164.057
Required Suspension or Revocation of License for Certain Offenses
164.058
Required Suspension of License of Incarcerated Physician
164.059
Temporary Suspension or Restriction of License
164.060
Report of Board Actions
164.061
Surrender of License
164.0071
Hearings on Certain Complaints
164.0072
Board Appeal of Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law
164.101
Probation
164.102
Persons Ineligible for Probation
164.103
Rescission of Probation
164.151
Application for License Reinstatement
164.152
Application Period
164.153
Certain Persons Ineligible for Reinstatement
164.154
Effect of License Reinstatement on Certain Prosecutions or Penalties
164.201
Review by Board if Three or More Malpractice Claims
164.206
Refund
164.0551
Compliance with Certain Requirements Regarding Sonogram Before Abortion
164.0552
Prohibited Acts Regarding Gender Transitioning or Gender Reassignment Procedures and Treatments on Certain Children
164.0595
Temporary Suspension or Restriction of License for Certain Arrests

Accessed:
Jun. 5, 2024

§ 164.0015’s source at texas​.gov