staff privileges

staff privileges

Admitting privileges The rights that a health professional has as a member of a hospital's medical staff, which includes hospitalization of private Pts, participation in committees, and in decisions relevant to the hospital's future. See Medical staff. Cf Hospital-based physician, RAPERs.
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Recently, the FAHR held a meeting in Dubai to develop government staff privileges programme.
The surgeon was not an employee of Baptist Health Lexington but had staff privileges and could perform procedures at the hospital, Childers said.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' Conditions of Participation allow a hospital's governing body, in accordance with state law, to grant medical staff privileges and membership to nonphysician practitioners.
He holds staff privileges at Alton Memorial Hospital and Jersey Community Hospital.
This Note focuses on admitting-privileges laws, a type of TRAP law that requires physicians who provide abortions to obtain staff privileges at a hospital within a certain distance from their clinics.
Suppose the gynecologist in "The case of the unusual pen" had not been an employee of the hospital, but had staff privileges.
He discusses the legal system, the history of medicine, and the law regarding health reform, access to care, and admission and discharge; contracts and intentional torts; negligence; the organization and management of a corporate healthcare institution; liability; medical staff privileges and peer review; health information management; emergency care; consent for treatment and withholding consent; taxation; competition and antitrust law; issues of reproduction and birth; and fraud and corporate compliance.
He continued to have staff privileges at Columbia Memorial Hospital, Astoria, but experienced refusal of professional dealings by former colleagues who were still at the clinic.
Zambetti is a physician with North County Nephrology Associates in Fitchburg, now part of UMass Memorial Health Care, with staff privileges at HealthAlliance Hospital in Fitchburg.
Medical staff privileges of the physicians at Mercy Hot Springs are not expected to be affected by the proposed transaction.
The statement released by the hospital says that four of the six fired were community physicians who had staff privileges, another was a hospital medical assistant, and the sixth was an unpaid student research assistant.
2305) a measure requiring any physician who performs abortions to have admitting and staff privileges at a nearby hospital.