When do courts not question medical staff decisions and legal remedies against removal of doctor's previleges
1. Under the doctrine of _____________________ courts will not question medical staffing decisions.
b. Piercing the corporate veil
2. Assume that a doctor’s medical staff membership and clinical privileges have been terminated by the hospital. Assume further that the doctor has sued the hospital for violation of constitutional due process rights. Under what circumstances is the doctor’s lawsuit most likely to be successful?
a. If the hospital is a for-profit corporation
b. If the hospital is a VA Hospital
c. If the hospital is a private, nonprofit corporation
d. If the hospital is closing down.
These questions belong to Law and they are short questions which require precise answers. The first question is about the doctrine where courts do not question medical staff decisions. And the second question about a doctor’s medical membership and clinical privileges being canceled and the doctor seeking constitutional due process rights.