The staff director of the Board of Registration in Medicine resigned Tuesday, and the departure, combined with turnover among board members this year, indicates a likely shift in focus at the agency that oversees licensing and discipline for physicians. Every seat on the seven-member board has been filled with someone new in the past 18 months or left empty after resignations. And Dr. Stancel Riley, the departed director, had somewhat different priorities than the board’s new leader.
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