Fighting Back When No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

Dr. Richard Willner of the Center for Peer Review Justice writes in: 
This is the last letter I received from a client.  M is a 63 yo cardiologist living in XX.  This letter was ghosted by his boy, a lawyer in YY.   M had the “nerve” to question the billing of his patients.  As an employee, the billing is done by the billing department of the employer.   He should have benefited as he has earned more “credits”, as per the usual and customary contracts, insurance payers, etc. The Employer retaliated with a Suspension, Data Banking by the National Practitioner Data Bank,  and other actions.  
Under the Health Care Quality Improvement Act of 1986, MDs do not have substantive due process rights.  All of these actions often result in a suspension at the state licensing board level, and other actions.  I specialize in “fixing” these type of cases.
The Cardiologist is making nice progress, and we are in the process of getting him significant employment in a hospital.
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