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New Cases

340B Program

The United States District Court for the District of Columbia granted the American Hospital Association’s motion for a permanent injunction vacating the Secretary of Health and Human Services’ Medicare reimbursement rate change for 340B program drugs.

Am. Hosp. Ass’n v. Azar

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To Share or Not to Share (Peer Review Information): Is that Even a Question?
February 1, 2019
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Question of the Week

A brand new member of our Credentials Committee, who is opposed to a request from a physician in a different specialty to apply for a privilege to perform a procedure that member performs himself, has been lobbying other committee members to deny the request and has asked that the request first be referred to his department for a vote.  A written application has not been submitted. The potential applicant did not have residency training in this procedure but, rather, took a short course conducted by an equipment vendor.  The physician requesting the privilege has threatened a lawsuit on antitrust grounds, because he has learned about the lobbying.  How can we manage this situation?

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