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Other Physicians’ Peer Review Information Discoverable in Louisiana?

The Court of Appeal of Louisiana granted in part a neurosurgeon’s request for relief and set aside a protective order issued by the trial court shielding from discovery peer review information of other physicians at a hospital. After the hospital suspended, and ultimately declined to reinstate, the neurosurgeon from a leave of absence, because of accusations that he was inebriated while in the operating room, he sued the hospital.

George v. Christus Health Sw. La.

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Question of the Week


Does the recently released final rule for MACRA (or the law itself) require hospitals and other entities to revise contracts they have with physicians?

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