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Readying documentation for a negligent credentialing defense: Get your priorities straight
When faced with a negligent credentialing claim, two priorities are paramount regarding documents in the hospital’s or healthcare entity’s possession. Take steps to ensure that information does not go missing. In most organizations, a risk manager will place the relevant credentials file in a separate locked location while litigation is pending or ongoing.
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