Sec. 16216a. (1) A member of a disciplinary subcommittee shall not participate in making a decision
of that subcommittee that 1 or more of the grounds listed in section 16221 1 exist, in any investigation, or in the imposition of sanctions under section 16226,
2 concerning a licensee or registrant if that subcommittee member has a conflict of
(2) A member of a disciplinary subcommittee shall disclose a potential conflict of
interest described in subsection (1) before that subcommittee takes any action described
in subsection (1).
(3) As used in this section, “conflict of interest” means any of the following:
(a) Has a personal or financial interest in the outcome of the investigation of or
the imposition of disciplinary sanctions on the licensee, registrant, or applicant
for licensure or registration.
(b) Had a past or has a present business or professional relationship with the individual
that the disciplinary subcommittee is investigating or against whom the disciplinary
subcommittee is considering sanctions.
(c) Has given expert testimony in a medical malpractice action against or on behalf
of the individual that the disciplinary subcommittee is investigating or against whom
the disciplinary subcommittee is considering sanctions.
(d) Has other interest or relationship designated as a conflict of interest in a rule
promulgated or order issued under this act.
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