Dr Willner's Handouts
Health Care Quality Improvement
Act (HCQIA) of 1986. What is it? Why was it Established? Is it Working?
By Richard B. Willner, President The Center for Peer
Review: Due Process or Professional Assassination?
- A Texas case brings to light how the system can be contaminated by
3. How Law Ignores Medicine.
-A “MD-JD” captures the
essence of “procedural” due process vs. “substantive” due process. The Courts
are willing to look into the procedural due process of a case but not the
substantive due process.
4. Should Due Process Be Part
of Hospital Peer Review? There is no federal statute that requires
peer review committees to observe due process.
5. Databank Tune-Up. -The
needs major improvements if it is to be reliable, says the United States
General Accounting Office. You can help by checking your own record.
Texas State Board of Medical Examiners (TSBME ) Current Status and Ways of
Improving this State Agency- By: Richard
Willner, President The Center for Peer Review Justice
7. TSBME Complaints Flow Chart
8. State Office of Administrative
Hearing (SOAH) Hearing and Appeal Process
Unfair Disciplinary Proceedings
by Boards. -By Andy Schlafly, Esq. AAPS General
Counsel. An excellent insight into the reality of State Medical Boards. A must
10. AAPS Forums.