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Speaker, "Medical Staff Leadership in the Age of Social Media and Real Crime Podcasts," ABA Health Law Section 21st Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law

 
March 12, 2020

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Julian Rivera will co-present, "Medical Staff Leadership in the Age of Social Media and Real Crime Podasts," at the ABA Health Law Section 21st Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law on March 12, 2020 in San Diego, CA.

The confidentiality of peer review proceedings has long been a rock bed of medical staff leadership and provider discipline. Today’s challenge is meeting the needs of provider due process and secrecy while the patients and the general public expect transparency, exemplified by The Dr. Death podcast. This panel will speak to the medical staff ethical challenges and legal solutions in this new environment, including National Practitioner Data Bank reporting requirements and the limits of that system for public accountability, challenges of disclosure between peer review organizations about suspected impaired or simply concerning physicians, public discourse obligations and limitations, and efforts to resolve disruptive physician problems.

Speakers:
Marc Domsky, DO, MBA, St. John's Medical Chief of Staff, Jackson, WY
Julian Rivera, Husch Blackwell, Austin, TX

To learn more about this presentation, please visit the ABA Health Law Section conference website.

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Julian Rivera

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