|Organized Medical Staffs & Disruptive Behavior|
February 21, 2009
Disruptive Behavior amongst physicians and other health care professionals in hospitals impacts patient safety and the quality of care that is provided and has increasingly become an issue in the present healthcare system. In response, The Joint Commission has created a new standard that took effect in January 2009. This new standard, will require hospital administrators to adopt codes of defining disruptive behavior against the codes of conduct and developing procedures to invoke discipline. In this program Dr. Wise will discuss the new Joint Commission standard on Disruptive Behavior. Mr. Schoppman will describe the consequences to physicians when faced with disruptive behavior allegations. Finally Ms. Snelson will discuss methods for addressing disruptive behavior for Organized Medical Staffs to incorporate in their written processes.
1.Define The Joint Commission's leadership standards regarding disruptive behavior.
2.Demonstrate what can happen to physicians facing disruptive behavior charges.
3.Illustrate and educate physicians on issues surrounding disruptive behavior and medical staff processes to effectively address these concerns.
Michael J. Schoppmann, Esq, Kern Augustine Conroy & Schoppmann P.C.: Nothing relevant to disclose
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