Among other things, Cohen said, the board was looking into whether it is legal to prescribe drugs for someone using an alias. The California Health and Safety Code, which governs public health, includes several sections stating that no person who prescribes or dispenses a controlled substance may give a phony name or address or make any false statements in the prescription form. A Studio City doctor is under scrutiny by state medical authorities amid reports that he prescribed methadone to Anna Nicole Smith through a prescription that contained an alias. The Medical Board of California opened its inquiry of Dr. Sandeep Kapoor in recent days, board spokeswoman Candis Cohen said Thursday. “We’ve received some information alleging that Dr. Kapoor may have had some connection with Anna Nicole Smith, and we are looking into that as we would any allegation of physician misconduct,” Cohen told The Associated Press. The medical board’s physician information Web site lists Kapoor as a 1996 Boston University School of Medicine graduate who is currently licensed to practice in California. The public-disclosure section contained no postings in the areas for administrative disciplinary actions or citations. A woman who answered the telephone at Kapoor’s listing in Studio City hung up immediately when The Associated Press called to seek comment Thursday. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Anyone visiting your home page should be able to tell in four seconds who you are and what you do. (The Four-Second Rule)Second, Eight Things a Nonprofit Home Page Should Have:A guessable URLYour postal address (so you look legit and so people can send you a check if they want)Your phone number (shows you’re real, makes you accessible)Email sign-up (so you can cultivate people after they visit)Keyword density (so people will find you via search) – this is so important!Donate Now buttons (on the main part of the page and in the navigation)A pathway for learning more about the organization (a case for why you should donate)Images – strong, emotional ones that are clickable (people expect images to be clickable – send them to your case for giving or your donate form)Adapted from Mark Rovner’s “Website 101 for Fundraisers” presentation. You can listen to the complete presentation or read the transcript by clicking on the related article link below.