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Medical Malpractice Reporting
The laws that govern mandatory malpractice reporting to the Medical Board of California (MBC) are found in California Business & Professions Code Section 801.01 and apply to professional liability insurers, self-insured governmental agencies, physicians and/or their attorneys, and employers. Click here to access these laws.NOTE: Business and Professions Code Section 801.01 has been amended effective January 1, 2010.