if her license has expired, that is her license to practice medicine not her credentialling to be able to bill payers. If she has no license to practice then she cannot see patients, and you cannot bill her services. Your physician should not even sign off on the charts. You need to think about his mal practice carrier. What happens to your rates if the carrier is informed that an unlicensed practicioner is seeing patients and such and he is essentially sanctioning this practice. As far as written rule, go to your state medical association and find out about providers practicing medicine without a valid license. As a patient how wold feel if you found out you paid a bill for an unlicensed provider to see you? A lawyer can further assist you in this manner.
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