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The due process manual, Part 10: Putting it all together

Taking a corrective action against a colleague is one of the most difficult challenges medical staff leaders can face. Many physicians are fearful to place a colleague in corrective action. They might not want to take away or restrict another practitioner’s livelihood. They could also be afraid of legal liability. Yet others may think, “But for the grace of God go I”—meaning, “This could be me someday!”

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