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The 2023 Florida Statutes

Chapter 468
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F.S. 468.3115
468.3115 Injunctive relief.The practice of radiologic technology or the performance of the duties of a radiologist assistant in violation of this part, or the performance of any act prohibited in this part, is declared a nuisance inimical to the public health, safety, and welfare of this state. In addition to other remedies provided in this part, the department, or any state attorney in the name of the people of this state, may bring an action for an injunction to restrain such violation until compliance with the provisions of this part and the rules adopted pursuant to this part has been demonstrated to the satisfaction of the department.
History.ss. 13, 19, ch. 84-269; s. 4, ch. 91-429; s. 12, ch. 2006-139.

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  1. Moreover, the Florida Radiological Personnel Certification Act, of which Fla. Stat. § 468.302 is a part, does not mention or relate in any way to claims or payments under Medicare, Medicaid, or Tricare. Rather, the Act lists the certification and licensing requirements for persons authorized to operate radiation and nuclear medicine technology, lists grounds for disciplinary actions, and authorizes administrative and criminal penalties. See Fla. Stat. §§ 468.302, 468.3101, 468.311, 468.3115.
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