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Attorney General’s Office Issues Opinion on the Definition of “Effective Date” as Used in Business and Professions Code Section 805

At the request of the Medical Board of California, on April 17, 2020, the Office of the Attorney General issued California Opinion of the Attorney General No. 15-301 (“Opinion”), to formally address the meaning of the term “effective date” in Business and Professions Code section 805. 805 reports are the potentially career-changing reports filed with the Medical Board when corrective action is taken by a peer review body such as a hospital’s medical staff or a medical group to restrict or terminate a physician’s clinical privileges or employment for medical ...

In a decision affecting California hospitals, medical groups, medical staffs, and physicians, the California First District Court of Appeal has concluded that a physician’s notice and hearing rights apply to situations where a hospital directs a medical group of a closed department to remove a physician from the hospital schedule.

In Economy v. Sutter East Bay Hospitals, Sutter Hospital operated a closed anesthesia department pursuant to a contract with East Bay Anesthesiology Medical Group (East Bay Group).  The exclusive contract required all physicians providing ...

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