Hospital governance and the relationship between medical staff departments and administration are increasingly political and the balance between managing the institution and delivery of timely, safe patient care can lead to material differences of opinion. Department members often need independent legal advice in navigating and mediating their way through the disagreements that occur between management and medicine.
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