90% of attendees stated they agree and/or strongly agree that they will be able to implement the information presented in this session.
This program is intended for human resources executives who work with their physician leader colleagues on medical staff matters. As the physician population ages, hospitals and other health care providers have struggled with how best to address concerns about the possibility that late career physicians may no longer have the physical or mental ability to safely perform their jobs. Many medical staffs have adopted policies requiring more frequent recredentialing and physical and mental evaluations for all practitioners over a certain age. However, some argue that such policies violate state and federal anti-discrimination laws.
Analyze the perceptions and data driving the adoption of late career practitioner policies.
Identify the legal risks associated with late career practitioner policies.
Learn best practices for implementing late career practitioner policies.
Principal, Jackson Lewis P.C.
1 (CHHR), 1 (SHRM), 1(HRCI)