Legal Update: Case Developments in New York that Affect MSPs

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Minimum Hospital Standards and Appropriateness Review-Updated Credentialing and Privileging Standards

• Prior to December 22, 2010, hospitals were obligated under New York law to “look back” ten (10) years in a physician’s history at time of appointment/reappointment for:

– Any pending professional misconduct proceedings or malpractice actions in New York or any other state

– Any judgment or settlement of a malpractice action or finding of professional misconduct in New York or any other state...

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