Kentucky Declines to Adopt Negligent Credentialing

LEXINGTON Kentucky’s appellate courts have debated for years on whether Kentucky allows hospitals to be sued for “negligent credentialing.” Generally,

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2017 Legislation Muddies the Water for Kentucky Physicians and Providers

Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer described Kentucky’s 2017 legislative session as the most productive regular session in modern history. Over

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News – Aug 2017

Baptist Health Floyd Announces New Providers NEW ALBANY, IND. Baptist Health Floyd is proud to welcome several new medical providers

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SB18: Peer Review Privilege & Medical Malpractice Actions

Great publicity surrounded the passage of SB4 during the recent legislative session of the Kentucky General Assembly—the bill that established

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News – Feb 2017

LEXINGTON CLINIC ANNOUNCES 2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS LEXINGTON At Lexington Clinic’s annual Board of Directors meeting the following officers were

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Eighth Amendment Claims

It is very rare for the Amendments to the United States Constitution to have any applicability to the practice of

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Recent Supreme Court Holding a Mixed Bag for Healthcare Providers

Beginning in 2004, teenager Yarushka Rivera, a Medicaid beneficiary, received counseling services at Arbour Counseling Services in Massachusetts. In 2009,

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The State of Negligent Credentialing in Kentucky

Recently, Kentucky courts have considered whether to recognize a new cause of action called “negligent credentialing.” Generally, a negligent credentialing

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Events – Mar 2016

Lexington Medial Society Installs 2016 President, Recognizes Past Presidents LEXINGTON Lexington Medical Society’s (LMS) annual President’s Inaugural Address and Past

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Kentucky’s Informed Consent Law

A new opinion by the Kentucky Supreme Court has altered the application of informed consent in medical malpractice lawsuits in

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