The Disciplinary Process for Miscreant Behavior
Like medical professionals, all licensed Certified Medical Planner™ charter-holders are required to act in accordance with many governing regulations. They are also required to sign off on a Code-of-Ethics confirming they intend to run their advisory and/or management consulting business according to a strict set of ethical and fiduciary standards.
So, if any medical professional client has a complaint against any Certified Medical Planner™ charter-holder, they may submit a complaint to us and we will investigate the matter. All Certified Medical Planner™ designees should act in accordance with the Code-of-Ethics, along with applicable state and federal governing regulatory bodies.
Complaints by US Mail:
Please send the complaint in writing, and include any supporting documents you deem appropriate, to this address:
The Institute of Medical Business Advisors, Inc
- Peachtree Planatation West – Office Park
- Suite #5901 Wilbanks Drive
- Norcross, GA 30092-1141
The complaint should be accompanied by any and all relevant information surrounding the circumstances, including photocopies of relevant letters, contracts, agreements or other documents. iMBA Inc may request additional information and may request a personal interview of the alleged offender, if it appears necessary.
The medical community should be aware of normal remedies under state laws, federal laws and related regulations with applicable regulatory bodies and avail themselves to all avenues [SEC, FINRA, RIA and Insurance Commissioners, etc]. The burden is on the complainant to pursue such remedies. The findings and actions of appropriate regulatory bodies will be given due consideration by iMBA Inc.
Censure and/or loss of license may occur.