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What Is Discoverable from a Hospital’s Quality Assurance Process?

When medical malpractice allegedly occurs in a hospital setting, the plaintiff often seeks to discover information related to the hospital’s quality assurance process. While courts have been reluctant to shield incident reports from discovery (See the Medical Law Perspectives May … Continue reading

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Hospital’s Policies, Procedures Not Discoverable in Vicarious Liability Suit

In most medical malpractice cases related to treatment in a hospital setting, a fairly standard interrogatory posed by plaintiffs to hospitals is a request for the production of any internal policies and procedures in effect at the time of the … Continue reading

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