Articles From Fatema Zanzi

Litigating the suspension of physician clinical privileges: The intersection of The Illinois Medical Studies Act and the rule of “at issue” waiver By John J. D’Attomo & Fatema Zanzi Health Care Law, June 2012 The peer review privilege found in the Illinois Medical Studies Act continues to be a source for debate and litigation. This issue includes both an article addressing specific aspects of that Act, as well as a summary of a recent federal district court opinion dealing with the Act's application.
Changing landscape of physician-industry relationships: A trend toward transparency By Fatema Zanzi Health Care Law, March 2009 During the past year, there has been a frenzy of activity responding to the specific demand for transparency in relationships between physicians and industry groups, which are believed to contribute to the exorbitant cost of healthcare.

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