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Are your medical staff policies too perfect to follow?

Medical staff policies are intended to strengthen a hospital or health system by describing preferred practices, setting practitioner and staff expectations, promoting standardization, and providing guidance through the maze of healthcare regulations, accreditation standards, and third-party payer requirements, said Todd Sagin, MD, JD, in his book Medical Staff Governing Documents: Bylaws, Policies, & Procedures.

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