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The ADA and Private Professional Certification

Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as amended, mandates that private entities offering examinations or courses related to certain applications, licensing, certification, or credentialing ensure that such...more

Medical Staff Bylaws Are Not Contracts in Delaware

One of the fundamental issues in credentialing disputes is whether the Medical Staff Bylaws constitute contracts between the Hospital and the individual physicians. If the Medical Staff Bylaws do constitute a contract, then...more

Health Law Blog: Landmark Decision for the Iowa Nursing Practice

In a landmark decision for the Iowa Nursing practice, the Iowa Supreme Court issued an opinion on May 31, 2013 finding that the Iowa Board of Nursing, and not medical organizations, had the authority to define the scope of...more

Negligent Credentialing Claim Recognizable Under Massachusetts Law

A recent Massachusetts Superior Court decision recognizes a claim against a hospital for “negligent credentialing.” The court in Rabelo v. Nasif, et al found that, through the credentialing process, a hospital must “exercise...more

Telemedicine Amidst Healthcare Reform: Practicalities and Pitfalls

The Supreme Court’s recent decision upholding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act underscores the need to deliver and make accessible quality healthcare to patients throughout the United States in an efficient and...more

The Hospital Medical Staff of the Future Webinar Series, Part III: The Jigsaw Puzzle: Credentialing and Privileging Providers in...

In this presentation: - Overview of New Alignment Initiatives - Board of Directors oversight of new Performance Standards - Review Methods for Credentialing/Privileging Providers using New...more

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