Worcester Medicine publishes “The Fairness of Summary Suspensions”

The Worcester District Medical Society published an article by Peter Martin in the January/February 2016 edition of its quarterly publication, Worcester Medicine, covering last year’s Supreme Judicial Court decision raising the standard of evidence that must be presented against a physician in order to suspend his or her license in Massachusetts. The decision presents a victory for the state’s doctors, while reducing the leverage of the Board of Registration in Medicine.

Read “The Fairness of Summary Suspensions” on page 20 of the January/February 2016 edition of Worcester Medicine on the Worcester District Medical Society’s website HERE.

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Peter Martin concentrates his practice on healthcare law, representing hospitals, long-term care facilities, physicians and other facilities and providers facing complex regulatory and contractual issues throughout Massachusetts and beyond. Peter’s clients include ambulatory care facilities, hospices, community health centers and home health agencies as well as social workers, counselors and psychologists.

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