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The due process manual, Part 3: Where to start
Member rights is a logical starting point for the bylaws. The most fundamental rights accorded members of the medical staff relate to the due process they are provided if the medical executive committee (MEC) recommends that corrective action. Corrective action is defined as the termination of medical staff membership or a restriction, reduction, modification, or termination of medical staff privileges for reasons of clinical incompetence or unprofessional conduct. This will be covered in detail in subsequent sections
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