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Colorado doctor has license suspended; two agree to cease practices
By Kieran Nicholson
December 21, 2016

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The medical license of one doctor has been suspended, and two other doctors have agreed to cease practice in cases before the Colorado Medical Board.

The Colorado license of Dr. Michael J. Brazelton has been suspended, and the board has issued cessation-of-practice agreements to Dr. Khaja N. Chisty and Dr. Charles F. Clark.

Chisty, a psychiatrist, had been summarily suspended Nov. 18 for violations of the Medical Practice Act. The action against Chisty centers on findings that he was out of the country for extended periods between Oct. 2, 2015, and Jan. 12, 2016, and that he used “telehealth technologies,” such as videoconferencing, the Internet, store-and-forward imaging, streaming media and terrestrial and wireless communications without giving patients “the opportunity to consent to such treatment method,” the agency said.

An interim agreement to cease practice signed Dec. 15 replaces the summary suspension of Chisty.

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