Investigations of Adverse Outcomes
When adverse outcomes occur, a physician’s or other health care provider’s licensing board has the authority to investigate the incident to determine whether a violation occurred. This investigation may also occur in conjunction with a peer review hearing.
If you have received a letter from an investigator or you were targeted for a peer review hearing as a result of an adverse outcome, it is imperative to have knowledgeable legal counsel on your side.
The attorneys of Allen & McCain, P.C., have over a century of combined experience representing health care providers, including physicians, nurses, dentists, podiatrists, chiropractors, psychologists and other health care professionals, before their respective licensing boards. As one of just a few law firms in Atlanta that focuses exclusively on health care law, our lawyers understand the complex and unique nuances of the health care industry. We are committed to helping you protect your license and your career.
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Adverse outcomes are not always caused by negligence or medical error. However, even in cases where negligence did not occur, the results of a peer review hearing or licensing board investigation can have a drastic impact on a health care professional’s license, credentials, privileges and reputation.
Our attorneys will support you through every step of the investigation process, thoroughly investigating the claim against you and asserting an appropriate defense. We will work diligently to defend your rights and interests.
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