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Cal has substantial experience in the handling of credentialing and peer review matters on both the medical staff side and in the representation of individual providers. He not only has experience with Arizona peer review law but also with the federal Health Care Quality Improvement Act (HCQIA) and the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB). He has handled the most serious disciplinary matters at Fair Hearing, including loss of medical staff privileges and subsequent court proceedings challenging physician discipline.
Cal represents healthcare providers in licensing and disciplinary matters before their state licensing boards, including the most serious disciplinary matters before the Office of Administrative Hearings. He has substantial experience in the representation of Impaired Physicians.
Cal is available to serve as an expert witness in the areas of credentialing, peer review, medical board investigations and medical malpractice litigation.
Cal‘s peers recognized him for his expertise in five categories
Cal Raup’s peers have recognized him as one of the Best Lawyers in America in five categories: Healthcare Law, Healthcare Litigation, Defense Medical Malpractice Litigation, Plaintiff’s Medical Malpractice Litigation, Personal Injury & Death Litigation. For over twenty years, Cal has been rated by his peers at Martindale Hubbell’s highest rating of AV Preeminent, 5.0 of 5.
Cal spent decades defending medical malpractice cases and medical board complaints. He has served as a faculty member at the University of Arizona College of Medicine for over twenty years. He is a full Professor of Practice at the Phoenix Campus. During his undergraduate and law school years, Cal trained and served as an Army National Guard Airborne Combat Medic and as an Air Force Reserve Operating Room Technician.
Cal’s unique skill set allows him to understand the clinical issues, while at the same time understanding not only how hospital medical staffs work, but also what protections are available under the Medical Staff Bylaws, Arizona peer review law and the Health Care Quality Improvement Act. Cal has handled the most serious of credentialing matters, including Fair Hearings to revoke hospital privileges. Cal can help you assess your need for qualified counsel.
Cal has extensive experience practicing before the Arizona Medical Board and other health care licensing boards. He has handled the most serious of disciplinary matters, including license revocation hearings, and he often assists Impaired Physicians seeking legal advice on recovery from drug and alcohol abuse and behavioral complaints. He is a respected resource for Chemical Dependency practitioners statewide. Cal can help you assess your need for qualified counsel.
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Cal is available to serve as an Expert Witness in the following areas: Hospital Credentialing & Peer Review, including physician discipline and Fair Hearings; Medical Board investigations, including clinical, behavioral and physician impairment issues; Medical Malpractice litigation, plaintiff and defense.