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Medical staff bylaws and related documents, Part 2: Using manuals for getting organized
There is no prescribed format for creating medical staff bylaws and associated documents. Laws, regulations, and accreditation standards require medical staffs to address certain issues in the bylaws. How these issues are organized and addressed, however, is up to each medical staff. Medical staffs often defer to previously published model bylaws that may not reflect contemporary needs, modern concepts, or how the medical staff actually functions. This segment will identify and explain a best practice available to medical staffs for tackling this challenge.
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