How do I file a complaint against a doctor in Kentucky?
You can obtain a grievance form on our website, www.kbml.ky.gov, by selecting Grievances then printing the Consumer Guide and Grievance form. What is the grievance process?
How do I find complaints against insurance companies?
If the insurer’s complaint ratio is high, check its record at your state insurance department and find out whether any enforcement actions have been taken against the insurer. You can find links to your state insurance regulator at the National Association of Insurance Commissioner’s state insurance department map.
Where can I complain about health insurance?
Residents of Dubai can file an online complaint regarding health insurance services and/or providers in the emirate through Dubai Health Authority’s eSystem (iPROMeS).
Who is the insurance commissioner of Kentucky?
Sharon P. Clark
Sharon P. Clark, a veteran of Kentucky state government, was appointed Commissioner of the Department of Insurance (DOI) on January 6, 2020.
How to contact the KY Department of insurance?
Please include the Tracking Number on your documents. You may fax to 502-564-6090 or mail to Consumer Protection Division, P O Box 517, Frankfort, KY 40602. *Did this complaint involve an accident? Please only use pdf, jpg, gif, png, doc, txt.
How to obtain a physician profile in Kentucky?
The physician profile provides a link to Orders relating to current Board actions taken against a physician’s license. Previous actions taken by the Board can also be obtained by submitting a written requests pursuant to Chapter 61 of the Kentucky Opens Records Law directly to the Board.
Where to find Kentucky Board of medical licensure?
If you require copies of documentation related to a particular case, please refer to the Board’s web site and search, using the Physician Profile/Verification of Physician License or make a written request pursuant to Kentucky Open Records to Tyra Johnson [email protected].
Where does the Board of medical licensure get its grievances from?
The Board reviews grievances of professional misconduct, standard of care, moral turpitude and practice irregularities, which may include the inappropriate prescribing of controlled substances. The primary sources of the Board’s grievances come from consumers, hospitals, government agencies, physicians and healthcare professionals.