Monthly Archive for February, 2006

TWELVE SIGNS OF SHAM PEER REVIEW

SHAM PEER REVIEW is a “corrective action” proceeding commenced by a hospital medical staff against a physician to discipline the physician motivated by other concerns than the quality of patient concerns – such as hospital politics, competitive advantage or retaliation.  There are twelve telltale signs that individually and collectively may indicate a situation of malicious peer review. Continue reading ‘TWELVE SIGNS OF SHAM PEER REVIEW’