What activities must be reported by a licensee, certificate holder, or registrant?
Every credentialed person who has first-hand knowledge of unlicensed, illegal or unethical activities is required to report (includes self-reporting) within 30 days of the occurrence. Failure to report
may result in discipline. To view additional information relating to mandatory reporting, click on the options below: Mandatory Reporting Forms Mandatory Reporting Summary
(chart showing who is to report
and what is to be reported) Mandatory Reporting Regulations
Mandatory Reporting shall not apply:
To the spouse of the person
To a practitioner who is providing treatment to such person in a practitioner-patient relationship concerning information obtained or discovered in the course of treatment unless the treating practitioner determines that the condition of the person may be of a nature which constitutes a danger to the public health and safety by the person's continued practice, or
When a credentialed person who is chemically impaired enters the Licensee Assistance Program authorized by Neb. Rev. Sect. § 38-175
except as provided in such section.
How is a complaint reviewed, and what is the disciplinary process? The following provides information relating to the complaint, investigative, and disciplinary process.