Credentialing Resource Center Symposium: Privileging Challenges and Solutions - Current Issues in Negligent Credentialing - May 2010


Goals of Program

• What a plaintiff must establish in order to succeed in a negligent credentialing case

• Review of recent cases and their impact on a hospital’s duty to protect patients

• How to successfully defend against these actions

• The importance of establishing and uniformly applying credentialing criteria, as well as documenting grounds for exceptions to minimize negligent credentialing claims

• The impact your state’s peer review confidentiality statute has on the hospital’s ability to defend against these lawsuits

• How to maximize your peer review protections as applied to physician profiling and pay-for-performance information

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