In addition to the immunity for reporting as provided by §§ 54.1-2400.6 and 54.1-2400.7, any person (i) making a report regarding the conduct or competency of a health care
practitioner as required by law or regulation, (ii) making a voluntary report to the
appropriate regulatory board or to the Department of Health Professions regarding
the unprofessional conduct or competency of any practitioner licensed, certified,
or registered by a health regulatory board, or (iii) providing information pursuant
to an investigation or testifying in a judicial or administrative proceeding as a
result of such reports shall be immune from any civil liability resulting therefrom
unless such person acted in bad faith or with malicious intent.
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