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  • New York has done so.  We are seeking a similar order from the Governor in Colorado. ------------------------------ Dean McConnell COPIC Insurance Company Denver CO 720-858-6034 ------------------------------

  • That one is sometimes called the federal "Good Samaritan Law." George F. Indest III GEORGE F. INDEST III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M. Board Certified in Health Law PRESIDENT & MANAGING PARTNER The Health Law Firm ...

  • Thanks to everyone for your responses. -- Karin J. Mitchell satori05@fastmail.fm ------Original Message------ Nor does any privilege statute of which I am aware, including state and federal sovereign immunity/tort claims acts. ...

  • Nor does any privilege statute of which I am aware, including state and federal sovereign immunity/tort claims acts. George F. Indest III GEORGE F. INDEST III, J.D., M.P.A., LL.M. Board Certified in Health Law PRESIDENT ...

  • FYI, where the CARES Act (Sec. 3215) applies just to volunteers the PREP Act takes a much broader approach, covering those that manufacturer, distribute, administer, prescribe or use Covered Countermeasures. Those countermeasures include, as applied ...

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This community provides a forum for discussion among attorneys who represent the individual health care professional, the collective medical or professional staff, and/or the health care entity with issues concerning the organization and operations of medical and professional staffs in health care entities and organizations, including but not limited to: the medical staff bylaws and rules; performance of medical staff responsibilities; appointments and credentialing; dealing with disruptive or impaired health care professionals; conducting peer review and quality assurance; taking corrective action; providing fair hearings for medical and allied health professional staffs; peer review communications and records confidentiality; National Practitioner Data Bank querying and reporting; peer review immunities; compliance with regulatory and accreditation requirements pertaining to medical staff organizations, and litigation that arises out of these activities.

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