Have you ever wondered how hospital administrators are trained to destroy a physician’s career?  Because of the secrecy and shame related to sham peer review as well as the protections given to corrupt review boards, little is known about the tactics and methods used. 
SSI has compiled training information and a library of cases specifically related to sham peer review.  Topics include:
  • Board Conflicts of Interest
  • Borderline Physicians
  • Conflicts of Interest
  • Citations by Category
  • ADA Physician Claims
  • Disruptive Conduct
  • Exclusive Contracts Cases
  • HCQIA
  • Medical Staff Strategic Planning
  • Medical Staff Title VII
  • Physician Recruitment
  • Cracks in Credentialing
  • ADA Claims by Physicians
  • Credentialing Aging Physicians
  • Economic Credentialing
  • Free Speech or Disruptive Behavior?
  • Hearings
  • Independent Medical Staff
  • Investigations & Hearings
  • Malpractice Insurance Premiums
  • Medical Staff Bylaws
  • Medical Staff Integration
  • Peer Review Statutes by State (2007)
  • Physician Behavior
  • Physician Competition
  • Poliner
  • Problem Physicians
  • Questions & Answer Archive
  • Reporting Statutes
  • Standardized Credentialing Forms
  • Whistleblower or Disruptive Physician?

Court Cases

  • Ballard v. HealthSouth
  • Bekker v. Humana
  • Blau vs. Catholic Healthcare West
  • Blau v. Northridge Hospital (2007)
  • Carr v. United Regional HealthCare System
  • Catipay v. Humility of Mary Health Partners
  • Chadha v. Hardin
  • Freilich v. Upper Chesapeake
  • Gonzales v. National Board
  • Guo v. Maricopa
  • Guttman v. Khalsa (2005)
  • Haas v. Wyoming Valley Health Care
  • Harris v. N.Y. State Dept
  • Hason v. Medical Board of California
  • Hetz v. Aurora Medical Center (2007)
  • Jaffe v. Catholic Medical (2003)
  • Kahn v. NYU Medical
  • Kaminsky v. Saint Louis University School of Medicine
  • Kenneth Clark v. Colombia/HCA Information Services
  • Kibler vs. Northern Inyo County Local Hospital Group
  • Lees v. Asante Health Systems (2005)
  • Lenker v. Methodist Hospital
  • Levinger v. Mercy Medical Center
  • Lohrmann v. Iredell Memorial Hosp (2005)
  • Mannick v. Kaiser (2006)
  • Mavrinac vs. Emergency Med. Ass’n of Pittsburgh
  • Miller v. St Alphonsus (2004)
  • Nieto vs. Quadat Kapoor
  • Olynyk v. CRA (2005)
  • Provenzano v. Thomas Jefferson
  • Rodal v. Anesthesia Group of Onondaga
  • Rosenberger v. Catholic (2005)
  • Sharma v. Cook County (2003)
  • Shaw v. Greenwich Anesthesiology
  • Stark v. Temple University (2007)
  • Vankrimpen v. Holland Community Hospital
  • Vranos vs. Franklin Medical Center
  • Ward v. Kaiser Foundation Hospital
  • Wieters v. Roper Hospital
  • Wojewski v. Rapid City Regional Hospital

Exclusive Contracts Cases

  • Alta Anesthesia Assn of Georgia v. Gibbons
  • Bhatt v. Brownsville General Hospital (2007)
  • Blue Ridge Medical Specialties v. Oconee Hospital
  • Bocobo v. Radiology Consultants of South Jersey
  • Braswell v. Haywood Regional Medical Center (2007)
  • City of Cookeville v. Humphrey
  • Green v. Catholic Health Initiatives
  • Southeast Cancer Network v. DCH Healthcare
  • Feather River Anesthesia Medical Group v. Fremont-Rideout Medical Group
  • Garibaldi v. Applebaum
  • Hoveida v. Scripps Health
  • Imaging Center, Inc. v. Western Maryland Health Systems
  • Jadali v. Alamance Regional Medical Center
  • Kessel v. Monongalia General Hospital
  • Longmore v. Kingston Hospital
  • University of Miami, Inc. v. Spunberg
  • Nilavar v. Mercy Health System
  • Palm Springs General Hospital v. Valdes
  • Plummer v. Community General
  • Read v. McKennan Hospital
  • Richter v. Danbury Hospital
  • Tenet Health Ltd v Brownsville
  • Vakil v. Anesthesiology Associates of Taunton, Inc
  • Van Valkenburg v. Paracelsus Healthcare Corporation
  • Villalobos-Garcia

HCQIA

(Federal Court Decisions – Immunity Granted in ALL Cases)

  • Ahmed v. University Hospitals Health Care Systems
  • Ali v. MedStar Health
  • Azmat v. Shalala
  • Bender v. Suburban
  • Bhatt v. Brownsville General Hospital
  • Blume v. Marian Health
  • Braick v. Faxton-St. Luke
  • Braswell v. Haywood Regional Medical Center
  • Breburda v. Ochsner
  • Brown v. Medical College of Ohio
  • Carr v. United Regional HealthCare
  • Catipay v. Humility of Mary Health Partners
  • Catipay v. Trumbull Memorial Hospital
  • Chadha v. Charlotte Hungerford Hospital
  • Chalal v. Northwest Medical Center
  • Roland Chalifoux v. Dallas/Fort Worth Medical Center
  • Ernesto Ching v. Methodist Childrens Hospital
  • Clermont v. Fallon Clinic
  • Costa v. Leavitt
  • Cowlett v. TCH Pediatrics, Inc.
  • Deming v. Jackson-Madison County General Hospital
  • Diaz v. Provena Hospitals
  • John Doe v. Tommy G. Thompson
  • Dunning v. Boulder Community Hospital
  • Fox v. Parma Community Hospital
  • Freilich v. Upper Chesapeake Health
  • Gabaldoni v. Washington
  • Gateway Cardiology v. William Wright
  • Gelbard v. Bodary
  • Gordon v. Lewistown Hospital
  • Jeung v. McKrow
  • Joshi v. St Luke
  • Sanford Klein v. Lawrence Kushins
  • Lee v. Trinity Lutheran Hospital
  • Lee v. Hospital Authority (2005)
  • Lees v. Asante Health Systems
  • Lipson v. Anesthesia Services
  • Logan v. HCA
  • Manasra v. St. Francis
  • McLeay v. Bergan Mercy Health
  • Medical Society of New Jersey v. Mottola
  • Meyer v. Sunrise Hospital
  • Meyers v. Colombia Healthcare Corporation
  • Meyers v. Logan Memorial Hospital
  • Misischia v. St. John’s Mercy Health Systems
  • Moore v. Rubin
  • Morgan v. Peace Health
  • Munch v. Charlotte Hungerford
  • Odom v. Fairbanks
  • Omar v. Jewish Hospital Healthcare Services
  • Onel v. Tenet Health Systems
  • Parker v. St. Mary’s Health Network
  • Patrick v. Floyd
  • Patton v. St. Francis
  • Payne v. Harris
  • Peyton v. Johnson
  • Pfenninger v. Exempla
  • Poirier v. Our Lady of Bellfonte Hospital
  • Poliner v. Texas Health
  • Read v. McKennan
  • Reed v. Franklin Parish Hospital
  • Schindler v. Marshfield
  • Shelton v. Schneider
  • Singh v. Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Massachusetts
  • Sinoff v. Ohio Permanente Medical Group
  • Smego v. Stamford Hospital
  • Stephan v. Baylor Medical Center
  • Talwar v. Mercer County Hospital
  • Taylor v. Kennestone Hospital
  • Ulrich v. San Francisco
  • Wahi v. Charleston
  • Wheeler v. Methodist Hospital
  • Wieters v. Roper Hospital
  • Wilkey v. McCullough Hyde Memorial Hospital
  • Wood v. Archbold Medical Center
  • Zheng v. Quest
  • Zisk v. Quincy Hospital
While SSI cannot vouch for the accuracy or freshness of the information, it will help physicians and attorneys understand the systematic approach and law used by administrators and corrupt competitors toward removing physicians.  Many cases included are unpublished. 
Only members or applicants are permitted access to this information.   Contact SSI for further information.