Administrative – Military Health Services – Physician – Provider Status – Retroactive Revocation – Tort/Negligence – Defamation – Civil Practice – DiscoveryTaylor v. United States The plaintiff-physician alleges that, when he applied to be a provider for the military health program, TRICARE, in 2004, he revealed the 1993 revocation of his New York medical license, and he was granted provider status. Where the government let stand the 2011 retroactive revocation of the physician’s provider status – based on the 1993 revocation of his New York medical license – the physician has stated a claim against the government under the Administrative Procedures Act, and he has an argument for estoppel.
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Published: December 3, 2012
Time posted: 4:30 pm
Tags: retroactive revocation