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Requirements for Confidentiality of Proceedings and Use of Otherwise Discoverable Information – Ind. Code Ann.§34-30-15-3

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Any information that is otherwise discoverable or admissible from original sources is not automatically immune from use in judicial proceedings due to its use in a peer review proceeding.  Similarly, a person who has appeared before a peer review committee may not be prevented from testifying about information that he or she has personal knowledge of.  However, the individual may not be questioned as to the peer review proceedings.      

Related Laws: Ind. Code §34-30-15-1; Ind. Code §34-30-15-2

Current as of June 2015