Create Culture of Confidentiality Through Education
The best way to protect physician-related materials from discovery under state peer review statutes is to develop what might be called a “culture of confidentiality” in peer review proceedings, suggests Karen Owens, JD, an attorney with the law firm of Coppersmith Brockelman in Phoenix. To expedite the development of such a culture, she recommends the following steps:
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