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Foster a strong relationship between medical staff leaders and MSPs

Depending on the structure of an organization, medical staff leadership may often change as department chairs, vice presidents of medical affairs, medical directors, and others come and go.

In these situations, it's the MSP—along with the established policies, procedures, and bylaws—who serves as the constant within the medical staff, says Christina Giles, consultant and speaker with Nashua, New Hampshire–based C. Giles & Associates.

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