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Regulators Discipline Utah County Doc for Over Prescribing

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The Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing took action on two Utah doctors, including a Utah County doctor who prescribed “large numbers of opiates” to a patient.---

According to records of DOPL's disciplinary citations, Payson doctor Nolan Money's license was revoked and placed on probation for “unprofessional conduct with regards to prescribing large numbers of opiates to a patient.”

Meanwhile, Sandy doctor David Max Anderson had his license modified to prescribe and administer certain controlled substances following discipline from 2011 for abusing controlled substances and other “unprofessional conduct.”

To see if your doctor has been disciplined by state regulators, or to see the discipline records for all Utah doctors since 2000, visit Cityweekly.net/Doctors

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