Managing Disruptive Physicians: A Primer for the In-House Healthcare Attorney

Production Date: January 29, 2015 Practice Areas: Business, Corporate, & Securities Law, Health Care Law, and Labor & Employment Law Estimated Length: 3771 minutes


$ 59 Business, Corporate, & Securities Law, Health Care Law, and Labor & Employment Law In Stock

Join Mintz Levin member Nili S. Yolin and NSLIJ Senior Associate General Counsel Colleen McMahon as they discuss how joint commission standards and bylaws can help create, administer and oversee an effective structure for addressing unprofessional conduct in a healthcare setting. 


The course will explore patterns of disruptive conduct, the consequences of such conduct, appropriate institutional responses, reporting, notice and hearing requirements, and other effective management strategies to promote professionalism and minimize legal exposure to the institution.


Learning Objectives:

I.   Understand patterns of disruptive conduct

II.  Comprehend reporting, notice and hearing requirements 

III. Grasp effective management strategies to promote professionalism and minimize legal exposure to the institution

Program Attorney: Sigalle Barness

Nirav P.
Birmingham, AL

An outstanding, high yield course providing real-world clinical scenarios. As a board-eligible plastic surgeon and NYS attorney (recently graduated from residency), I found the lecture and materials incredibly useful. In fact, I shared them with two colleagues who are residency program directors to keep as references in their digital files.

Benjamin B.
Edmond, OK

very informative, prepared speakers

Laurie B.
Seattle, WA

Interesting topic.

Marti G.
Forest Hills, NY

Engaging and informative program. The faculty clearly is highly experienced and knowledgeable.

Edward B.
Hanover, NH

Difficult subject - well presented and I think the subject is very difficult in practice

Ellen C.
Rockaway Park, NY

Very well done

Leonard S.
Albemarle, NC

Very relevant to what I do.

Glenn J.
New York, NY

Ms. Olin was great.

Jodi E.
Deerfield, IL

Excellent program.

David W.
Edinburg, TX

Good program.

Veronica O.
Franklin Square, NY

Both speakers were fantastic! Great use of fact patterns made the presentation interesting. Highly recommend.

John H.
Germantown, TN

really solid course speakers--effective to have in-house & law firm counsel on the same subject

Bill H.
Tyler, TX

good practical advice

Gail F.
Los Angeles, AL

As a Nurse and Attorney practicing in the same hospital for over 20 years, I have dealt with similar issues. Wish they had more time.

David M.
Jonesboro, GA

Wonderful presentation.

Misty W.
Peoria, IL

Course gave insightful tips and information along with helpful examples.

Barbara Y.
Chicago, IL

Great topic and two knowledgeable and effective speakers. I really enjoyed this session an liked the use of the case studies.

Robert Z C.

Thia could have been a longer course.

Christy W.
Little Canada, MN

Felt speaker presented really well.

Patricia M.
Saint Paul, MN

I found it really interesting and valuable.

Susan W.
Bellingham, WA

Very well done.

Kerry S.
Mokena, IL

I enjoyed this presentation.

Clinton L.
Eden, NC

complicated subject

Judith P.
Seattle, WA

Yolin and McMahon did a nice job. The worked well together and provided a coherent view on the topic. It was interesting to have insights into different perspectives.

John K.
woodbury, NY

Outstanding presentation, covering an out-of-the-way topic in a great and entertaining fashion.

Karen T.
Leicester, NC

This is not an area in which I practice, but I learned many strategies that could be applied in other areas. The speakers were knowledgeable and interesting.

Lynn H.
Mercer Island, WA

This was an excellent presentation by obviously well-qualified presenters.

Karen C.
Waxhaw, NC

Excellent presetnation

Phillip P.
Stewartsville, NJ

It could have been a little longer - but great presentation.

Becky F.
Raleigh, NC

very good seminar... one of the best I've listened to on live streaming