On August 22, 2016, I issued an Order of Default/Recommended Decision in the above-numbered appeal. On January 30, 2018, I received the attached letter from counsel for the Respondent which has been marked “Attachment A.” I had also received an email from the Respondent on August 11, 2017 pertaining to the same issue, the date of the Petitioner’s treatment of Patient A. (Attachment B.) I interpret this document from the Respondent as a Motion for Reconsideration within the meaning of 801 CMR 1.01(7)(j)(1).
Accordingly, I have reviewed both the Statement of Allegations and the Stipulation of the Parties. Based upon said review, I hereby revise the fifth line of my original Order of Default/Recommended Decision to reflect that the Respondent began treating Patient A on April 1, 2009, and not April 9, 2013, as I originally stated. I have enclosed the corrected first page of the August 22, 2016 Order of Default.
Additionally, I apologize for any difficulties this scrivener’s error has caused the Petitioner in her attempts to procure employment in the State of New York and I wish her well in her endeavors.
The Respondent’s Motion for Reconsideration is ALLOWED.
Division of Administrative Law Appeals,
DATED: February 9, 2018