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A hospital sought recovery of an income guarantee that was given to a surgeon after the surgeon failed to complete a surgical mini-residency in order to have his full privileges reinstated. The surgeon, whose privileges were restricted after six concerns were raised within the first two months of practicing at the hospital, attempted to complete such a training program, but was dismissed from the program after it discovered he had intentionally concealed the nature of his status.
Alzadon v. Highlands Hosp. Corp. Inc.
Question of the Week
Our hospital has adopted a mandatory flu vaccine policy for all employees and our MEC thinks it makes sense to also require vaccines for all private practice providers who are credentialed at the hospital. What is the best way to do this?
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