(a) Notwithstanding Section 2001.089, Government Code, the board may request issuance of a subpoena to be served in any manner authorized
by law, including personal service by a board investigator or by certified mail.
(b) Each person shall respond promptly and fully to a request for information by the
board or to a subpoena issued by the board. A request or subpoena may not be refused, denied, or resisted unless the request
or subpoena calls for information within the attorney-client privilege. No other privilege applies to a board proceeding.
(c) The board may pay a reasonable fee for photocopies subpoenaed at the board's request. The amount paid may not exceed the amount the board charges for copies of its records.
(d) The board shall protect, to the extent possible, the identity of each patient
named in information received by the board.
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