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Do malpractice claims prompt medical license investigations?

Is the path to mental health recovery as straightforward as treatments for physical ailments? For example, if something goes awry and a mental health patient commits suicide, should that behavior have been foreseen? 

RN ASKS, "I AM GOING TO REHAB FOR MY DRUG USE. WHAT DO I TELL REHAB?"

If you are going into treatment for drug use, and have been diverting drugs from your job, you should never disclose this to your treatment provider. You will be admitting to a crime. Although it is necessary for you to disclose to the treatment provider what substances you have been using, where you obtained the drugs from is not important for purposes of treatment. Any admissions you make about drug diversion could be used against you.

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