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Health Care Principal Robin Locke Nagele Examines How Candid Responses to Credentialing Questionnaires Withstand Legal Challenge for the AHLA

In an email alert for the American Health Lawyers Association, Health Care Principal Robin Locke Nagele examines a recent decision where summary judgment was granted on a host of claims arising out of candid responses to credentialing questionnaires. 

Discussing the specifics of the case, Ms. Nagele notes:

"Regardless of any waiver/release language, where a response is provided it should be truthful, objective and factual."

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About the Author

Robin Locke Nagele is a Principal in the firm's Health Care Practice Group. She has a national health care litigation and consulting practice, in which she represents, in complex commercial, regulatory and antitrust matters, proprietary and not-for-profit health care providers, multi-hospital systems, integrated delivery systems, academic/teaching medical centers, and ancillary service providers, along with their medical, executive and corporate leadership.

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