Criminal Defense • Disciplinary Investigations & Hearings

Hospital Credentials And Privileges Attorney

New York Hospital Credentials And Privileges Attorney

While every hospital has its own rules and privileges, a staff member accused of misconduct can lose his or her credentials, putting a vocation in jeopardy. Issues of consolidation, rules and procedures of competing medical groups and credentialing rules that vary by hospital can make these issues quite complicated.

While it’s obvious that those who have been accused of misconduct need to have their credentials reviewed at the earliest opportunity, and that those cleared of misconduct have to have an opportunity to be recredentialed, there are specific standards laid out by each hospital and the law. There are also issues of discretion that can be interpreted in different ways and must be in compliance with the relevant law. Successful defense in front of the state licensing board requires early, deliberate action to address all possible issues imposed by state law or a specific medical institution.

If you are faced with any of these issues, we are prepared to take our comprehensive knowledge of licensing issues and defense to help you reach an ideal resolution as efficiently and effectively as possible.

Staff Credentials And Privileging Attorneys

Because we maintain close relationships with experts within the medical community, we at Brill Legal Group, P.C., are prepared to work on any credentialing or privilege defense issue. From issues of board certification to OPMC/OPD issues, we are prepared to bring our expert approach to advocacy.

Contact our New York City health care law firm today. Our hospital credentials and privileges lawyers are available to provide an initial no-cost evaluation of the legal issues you may face.

Manhattan 212-233-4141 Suffolk 631-204-8254 Nassau 516-206-2002 East Hampton — 631-204-8254

Toll free 888-315-9841.

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