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Choosing appropriate hearing panel members
It is the medical staff’s and hospital’s responsibility to appoint the members of a hearing panel. There are some well established restrictions that preclude certain individuals from being appointed to a hearing panel for an individual case. For example, the medical staff and hospital should not appoint an individual to the hearing panel who is a direct financial competitor or partner of the physician in question, as doing so poses a conflict of interest.
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