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Practice of Family Medicine in Ambulatory Surgical Center Violated Kansas’s Corporate Practice of Medicine Doctrine

The Supreme Court of Kansas affirmed a district court’s decision finding that a contract between a physician and a corporation licensed as an ambulatory surgical center (“ASC”) violated the Kansas corporate practice of medicine doctrine.

Cent. Kan. Med. Ctr. v. Hatesohl

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What are the responsibilities of our hospital’s Board of Directors (“Board”) with regard to oversight responsibilities of the Medical Staff?

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