March 2020

Take this Quick and Easy Quiz to See If You Might Be a “Disruptive Physician”

By |2024-03-14T10:00:03-04:00March 13, 2020|Nursing Law Blog|

Headshot of The Health Law Firm's attorney George F. Indest IIIBy George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law
I often have consultations with and represent physicians from across the country who are in trouble with their hospital medical staff or their licensing board because a complaint has been filed against them alleging they are a “disruptive physician.” This is often the result of an alienated member of the nursing staff or even an economic competitor trying to make trouble for or get rid of the physician.

A disruptive physician is one whose “obnoxious” behavior upsets patients or other staff members. The […]

November 2019

Tips to Prepare For Clinical Privileges and Peer Review Hearings Part 2 of 2

By |2024-03-14T10:00:08-04:00November 26, 2019|Health Facilities Law Blog|

Attorney Indest headshotBy George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law
In Part 1 of this blog, I began a list of tips that should serve you well if you are notified by your hospital or medical staff that you are the subject of internal or external peer review hearings.

20 Tips For Successful Outcome in Peer Review Hearings (Continued):

10. If you are given the opportunity to meet with the reviewers or provide information to them, do so. If you haven’t been offered this, ask for it in writing.

11. Make sure […]

Tips to Prepare For Clinical Privileges and Peer Review Hearings Part 2

By |2024-03-14T10:00:08-04:00November 21, 2019|Health Facilities Law Blog|

Headshot of The Health Law Firm's attorney George F. Indest IIIBy George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law
In Part 1 of this blog, I began a list of tips that should serve you well if you are notified by your hospital or medical staff that you are the subject of an internal or external peer review action.

Click here to read Part 1.

20 Tips For Successful Outcome in Peer Review (Continued):

10. If you are given the opportunity to meet with the reviewers or provide information to them, do so. […]

Tips to Prepare For Clinical Privileges and Peer Review Hearings Part 1

By |2024-03-14T10:00:08-04:00November 12, 2019|Health Facilities Law Blog|

Attorney Indest headshotIf you are a physician or licensed other licensed health professional with clinical privileges in a hospital, chances are that one day you will be subject to peer review hearings. It may be a simple one-time matter based on an adverse outcome, or it may be a lengthy process involving a large number or your cases and records.

A peer review action may be initiated because of a patient complaint. It may be commenced because of complaints filed by hospital staff. It may be begun because of an unexpected adverse outcome. It may be begun because a patient files a medical malpractice […]

May 2018

20 Tips to Help You Survive Facing Peer Review for Your Hospital Clinical Privileges-Part 2 of 2

By |2024-03-14T10:01:23-04:00May 15, 2018|Dental Law Blog|

By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

In Part 1 of this blog I began a list of tips that should serve you well if you are notified by your hospital or medical staff that you are the subject of an internal or external peer review action. Click here to read Part 1.

20 Tips For Successful Outcome in Peer Review (Continued):

10.    If you are given the opportunity to meet with the reviewers or provide information to them, do so.  If you haven’t been offered this, ask for it in writing.

11.    Make sure any written response is provided in a […]

20 Tips to Help You Survive Facing Peer Review for Your Hospital Clinical Privileges-Part 2 of 2

By |2024-03-14T10:01:27-04:00May 15, 2018|Mental Health Law Blog|

By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

In Part 1 of this blog I began a list of tips that should serve you well if you are notified by your hospital or medical staff that you are the subject of an internal or external peer review action. Click here to read Part 1.

20 Tips For Successful Outcome in Peer Review (Continued):

10.    If you are given the opportunity to meet with the reviewers or provide information to them, do so.  If you haven’t been offered this, ask for it in writing.

11.    Make sure any written response is provided in a […]

20 Tips to Help You Survive Facing Peer Review for Your Hospital Clinical Privileges-Part 2 of 2

By |2024-03-14T10:01:33-04:00May 15, 2018|Pharmacy Law Blog|

By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

In Part 1 of this blog I began a list of tips that should serve you well if you are notified by your hospital or medical staff that you are the subject of an internal or external peer review action. Click here to read Part 1.

20 Tips For Successful Outcome in Peer Review (Continued):

10.    If you are given the opportunity to meet with the reviewers or provide information to them, do so.  If you haven’t been offered this, ask for it in writing.

11.    Make sure any written response is provided in a […]

20 Tips to Help You Survive Facing Peer Review for Your Hospital Clinical Privileges-Part 2 of 2

By |2024-03-14T10:01:36-04:00May 15, 2018|Nursing Law Blog|

By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

In Part 1 of this blog I began a list of tips that should serve you well if you are notified by your hospital or medical staff that you are the subject of an internal or external peer review action. Click here to read Part 1.

20 Tips For Successful Outcome in Peer Review (Continued):

10.    If you are given the opportunity to meet with the reviewers or provide information to them, do so.  If you haven’t been offered this, ask for it in writing.

11.    Make sure any written response is provided in a […]

20 Tips to Help You Survive Facing Peer Review for Your Hospital Clinical Privileges-Part 1 of 2

By |2024-03-14T10:01:42-04:00May 15, 2018|Pharmacy Law Blog|

By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

If you are a physician, nurse practitioner, psychologist, clinical pharmacist, oral surgeon, ophthalmologist, or other licensed health professional with clinical privileges in a hospital, chances are that one day you will be subject to a peer review action or investigation.  It may be a simple one-time matter based on a patient complaint or adverse outcome, or it may be a lengthy process involving a large number or your cases and records.

A peer review action action may be initiated because of a patient complaint.  It may be commenced because of complaints filed by hospital staff.  It […]

20 Tips to Help You Survive Facing Peer Review for Your Hospital Clinical Privileges-Part 1 of 2

By |2024-03-14T10:01:46-04:00May 15, 2018|Dental Law Blog|

By George F. Indest III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law

If you are a physician, nurse practitioner, psychologist, clinical pharmacist, oral surgeon, ophthalmologist, or other licensed health professional with clinical privileges in a hospital, chances are that one day you will be subject to a peer review action or investigation.  It may be a simple one-time matter based on a patient complaint or adverse outcome, or it may be a lengthy process involving a large number or your cases and records.

A peer review action action may be initiated because of a patient complaint.  It may be commenced because of complaints filed by hospital staff.  It […]

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