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The due process manual, Part 6: Fair hearing initiation and notice

The process of a hearing following the medical executive committee’s (MEC) recommendation is an important right that must be spelled out in the bylaws. The hearing process will be explored in depth in four separate installments. This month, we will examine the initiation and notice of a fair hearing. Subsequent installments will examine the hearing panel and presiding officer; the pre-hearing and hearing procedure; and the appeals and external reporting process.

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