A health care practitioner is one having the authority or license to provide curative or preventive health care services to individuals or communities in an organized and systematic way in the field of medicine, pharmacy, nursing, pediatrics, clinical psychology or other associated sectors. The state authorities strictly monitor the quality of service provided by health care general practitioners based on fixed rules and regulations. The state has the right to judge the actions of health care providers. It may also seize their license if they are found to violate any of the rules. For this, it is the responsibility of the state to provide the Board of Medical Examiners the name and the action details of the concerned health care provider for the implementation of necessary actions.