Read the State Journal's entire three-part special investigation into the handling of doctor discipline cases by the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board.

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Dr. Michael Dehner's career in Wisconsin started on a sour note in 1999, with a restricted license because of drug prescription problems.

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Murder, child pornography and improper prescribing of pain medications are among the reasons the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board revoked the…

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This database contains details of all 218 cases for which the Wisconsin Medical Examining Board disciplined doctors from 2010 to 2012.

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Here are summaries of five other cases in which patients died or were seriously harmed and their doctors received reprimands from 2010 to 2012…

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In 2008, Waukesha Memorial Hospital investigated 23 of Mondloch’s patient records from 2005 to 2008 for concerns including inadequate medical skills and poor quality of care.

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The state Department of Safety and Professional Services receives about 500 complaints against Wisconsin doctors each year.

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Reporter David Wahlberg discusses his Doctor Discipline series, which revealed that serious mistakes don't always result in serious discipline.

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Wisconsin Medical Examining Board members and staff should receive more training, and the board could do more if had more staff, members said Wednesday.

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The Wisconsin Medical Examining Board  formed a committee to create guidelines for disciplining doctors like those used in states that rank much higher than Wisconsin in rates of serious discipline.

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The committee, formed in May in response to the State Journal’s “Doctor Discipline” series in January, reviewed another report it requested earlier looking at disciplinary guidelines in Ohio.