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My Practice I am a trial lawyer. I investigate, research, advocate in Court, and try cases in the state and federal Courts of Kentucky and Indiana. For the past 23 years, the main focus of my …

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Peer Review Privilege in Kentucky: A Revolution in Public Policy

KRS 311.377 grants broad privilege protections to peer review proceedings and documentation.  As effective on July 14, 2018, this statute extends privilege and confidentiality protections to “the proceedings, records, opinions, conclusions, and recommendations of any committee, board, commission, medical staff, professional standards review organization, or other entity” engaged in performing a designated professional review function.  This grant of privilege was enacted, and is effective, in extending statutory protections for nearly all information arising from the retrospective review and evaluation of the competency of professional acts or conduct of healthcare personnel.  The 2018 amendments legislatively overrule a long history of Kentucky law that denied privilege protections to healthcare peer review proceedings.  More >

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