Monthly Archive for March, 2011

Will You be the Next Subject of Peer Review?

11 March – One day, you receive a letter from your hospital’s medical executive committee (MEC) informing you that you’re going to be the subject of a peer review.  What you do next can determine whether you’ll be exonerated at the hearing, be forced to undergo “corrective action” such as continuing medical education or proctoring, or have your hospital privileges restricted or revoked. What do you do now?  Continue reading ‘Will You be the Next Subject of Peer Review?’