Friday, February 10, 2012

Arkansas Supreme Court: Negligent credentialing is not a medical injury

On Thursday, February 9, the Arkansas Supreme Court deemed that, under state law, negligent credentialing is not a cause of action and does not qualify as a “medical injury,” as defined by the Arkansas Medical Malpractice Act. As a result, the Court refused to establish negligent credentialing as a tort or cause of action at common law.

The full opinion can be found here:

1 comment:

Maniks Read said...

Hi thanks for sharing the good information.

Credential verification.