Hawaii Revised Statutes > Division 2 > Title25 > Chapter 442 > § 442-9. License refusal, revocations, suspension, fine, limitation, restriction, probation, reissuance
Current as of: 2010
(a) In addition to any other actions authorized by law, the board shall refuse to issue or may order any license issued under this chapter to be revoked, suspended, limited, restricted, or placed under probation at any time in a proceeding before the board or fine a licensee for any cause authorized by law, including but not limited to the following:
(1) Procuring or aiding or abetting in procuring a criminal abortion;
(2) Employing what is popularly known as a "capper" or "steerer";
(3) Obtaining a fee on the assurance that a manifestly incurable disease can be permanently cured;
(4) Wilfully betraying patient confidentiality;
(5) Making any untruthful statement in advertising one's practice or business under this chapter;
(6) False, fraudulent, or deceptive advertising;
(7) Advertising directly or indirectly, or in substance upon any card, sign, newspaper advertisement, or other written or printed sign of advertisement that the holder of a license or the licensee's employer or employee will treat, cure, or attempt to treat or cure any venereal disease, or will treat or cure, or attempt to treat or cure, any person afflicted with any sexual disease, lost manhood, sexual weakness, or sexual disorder or any disease of the sexual organs;
(8) Being habitually intemperate;
(9) Habitually using any habit-forming drug, such as opium, or any of its derivatives, morphine, heroin, cocaine, or any other habit-forming drug;
(10) The advertising of any means whereby the monthly periods of women can be regulated or the menses reestablished if suppressed;
(11) Procuring a license through fraudulent misrepresentation or deceit;
(12) Professional misconduct or gross carelessness or manifest incapability in the practice of chiropractic;
(13) Violating section 453-2; and
(14) Knowingly recording, registering, or filing, or offering for recordation, registration, or filing, with the department of commerce and consumer affairs any written statement which has been falsely made, completed, or altered, or in which a false entry has been made, or which contains a false statement or false information.
(b) At any time following the suspension, fine, limitation, restriction, or placement under probation of a license, the board may restore the license with all of its original rights and privileges. Any person to whom these rights have been restored shall pay a restoration fee upon the reissuance of the license.
(c) Any person making application for reinstatement or restoration of a license or the original rights and privileges to practice under a license which has been suspended, restricted, limited, or placed under probation may be required, as part of the relief granted, to complete an approved course of continuing education or to complete such study or training as the board may require.
(d) Any person who violates this chapter or the rules adopted pursuant thereto shall be fined not more than $1,000.