Peer review, when done properly, is an essential tool for ensuring a physician’s performance meets the standard of care. But the process is complex and the actions of the peer review committee can often lead to litigation by the affected physician. Additionally, Texas law imposes certain confidentiality requirements on the documents and information provided to the peer review committee. Whether you are a physician serving on a peer review committee or you are a practitioner and your performance has been called into question, you need an experienced attorney to guide you through the process.
At the Michels Law Firm, our attorneys have decades of experience handling hundreds of peer review matters, including:
- The Health Care Quality and Improvement Act (“Safe Harbor Law”)
- Construction and Review of Medical Staff Bylaws
- Peer Review
- Preservation and Confidentiality of Peer Review Materials
- Notice and Fair Hearing Requirements