California Business and Professions Code Section 2273
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2273. (a) Except as otherwise allowed by law, the employment of
runners, cappers, steerers, or other persons to procure patients
constitutes unprofessional conduct.
(b) A licensee shall have his or her license revoked for a period
of 10 years upon a second conviction for violating any of the
following provisions or upon being convicted of more than one count
of violating any of the following provisions in a single case:
Section 650 of this code, Section 750 or 1871.4 of the Insurance
Code, or Section 549 or 550 of the Penal Code. After the expiration
of this 10-year period, an application for license reinstatement may
be made pursuant to Section 2307.
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Last modified: October 1, 2013