Amend CSSB 104 by adding the following new SECTION, 
appropriately numbered, and renumbering the subsequent SECTIONS of 
the bill accordingly:
	SECTION ___.  Subsection (b), Section 154.006, Occupations 
Code, is amended to read as follows:
	(b)  A profile must contain the following information on each 
physician:     
		(1)  the name of each medical school attended and the 
dates of:             
			(A)  graduation; or                                                          
			(B)  Fifth Pathway designation and completion of 
the Fifth Pathway Program;
		(2)  a description of all graduate medical education in 
the United States or Canada;
		(3)  any specialty certification held by the physician 
and issued by a medical licensing board that is a member of the 
American Board of Medical Specialties or the Bureau of Osteopathic 
Specialists;
		(4)  the number of years the physician has actively 
practiced medicine in:  
			(A)  the United States or Canada; and                                        
			(B)  this state;                                                             
		(5)  the name of each hospital in this state in which 
the physician has privileges;
		(6)  the physician's primary practice location;                               
		(7)  the type of language translating services, 
including translating services for a person with impairment of 
hearing, that the physician provides at the physician's primary 
practice location;
		(8)  whether the physician participates in the Medicaid 
program;            
		(9)  a description of any conviction for a felony, a 
Class A or Class B misdemeanor, or a Class C misdemeanor involving 
moral turpitude during the 10-year period preceding the date of the 
profile;
		(10)  a description of any charges reported to the 
board during the 10-year period preceding the date of the profile to 
which the physician has pleaded no contest, for which the physician 
is the subject of deferred adjudication or pretrial diversion, or 
in which sufficient facts of guilt were found and the matter was 
continued by a court;
		(11)  a description of any disciplinary action against 
the physician by the board during the 10-year period preceding the 
date of the profile;
		(12)  a description of any disciplinary action against 
the physician by a medical licensing board of another state during 
the 10-year period preceding the date of the profile;
		(13)  a description of the final resolution taken by 
the board on medical malpractice claims or complaints required to 
be opened by the board under Section 164.201;
		(14)  whether the physician's patient service areas are 
accessible to disabled persons, as defined by federal law; [and]
		(15)  a description of any formal complaint against the 
physician initiated and filed under Section 164.005 and the status 
of the complaint; and
		(16)  a description of any medical malpractice claim 
against the physician, not including a description of any offers by 
the physician to settle the claim, for which the physician was found 
liable, a jury awarded monetary damages to the claimant, and any 
such award was determined to be final, and not subject to further 
appeal.