FAQ - Physicians
What is Made Public?
A disciplinary action resulting from either a public hearing or a settlement is posted on the Board of Medicine website, is available from the Board of Medicine, and is posted in the Board’s newsletter. As a state agency, unless otherwise protected by law, all the Board’s actions are public under the Right-to-Know Law, RSA chapter 91-A. The proceedings, records, findings and deliberations of the MRSC, including all ROIs, are exempt from public disclosure. Certain information provided to the Board is also exempt from the public disclosure provision, except to the extent such information is the subject of a public disciplinary hearing. Accordingly, application denials, modifications, and settlement agreements are all public records.