What’s New in Health Law
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
To read more about this case and more, visit our What’s New page.
Upcoming Audio Conference
To Share or Not to Share (Peer Review Information): Is that Even a Question?
February 1, 2019
GRAND ROUNDS 2019 Monthly Audio Conference Series has been posted:
See the schedule here.
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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