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Scope of State Peer Review Statutory Privileges beyond Hospital Medical Staffs—Peer Review in Physician Groups, ACOs, CINs and PHOs

Presented by the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA)
Webinar | February 1, 2017

Health Care partner Michael Callahan will present “Scope of State Peer Review Statutory Privileges beyond Hospital Medical Staffs—Peer Review in Physician Groups, ACOs, CINs and PHOs” at 12:30 p.m. (CT) on Wednesday, February 1. The webinar will address such questions as:

  • Are you seeking state and/or federal privilege protections?
  • What is the scope of protected activities? -- peer review, quality improvement, RCAs, adverse events.
  • What corporate entities, licensed facilities, licensed health care practitioners or others are protected under state/federal laws?
  • What committees or organizational construct is required in order to assert the protections?
  • Are your existing bylaws, rules, regs and policies properly structured to maximize available privilege protections?
  • Can privileged information be shared across the ACO/CIN without waiving the privilege?
  • How does applicable case law affect statutory interpretation?
  • What impact, if any, of mandated adverse event reporting obligations?
    • Never events, hospital acquired infection
  • Do state privilege protections apply to federal claims filed in federal court, i.e. antitrust, discrimination?

For more information, download the program PDF here.

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