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Bushi v. Sage Health Care, PLLC

Stephen BUSHI, MD, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. SAGE HEALTH CARE, PLLC, an Idaho limited liability company; Charles C. Novak, MD; David A. Kent, MD; and Roberto Negron, MD, Defendants-Respondents. Sage Health Care, PLLC, an Idaho limited liability company; ...

St. Luke's Regional Medical Center, Ltd. v. BOARD OF COM'S

... have recognized that providers have standing to seek judicial review in the district courts of adverse decisions made by county boards, pursuant to this Court's rulings in Carpenter v. Twin Falls County, 107 Idaho 575, 691 P.2d 1190 (1984) and Intermountain Health Care, Inc. ...

State v. DeWitt

... health care professional . . . ... provided, that nothing in this section shall relieve any such person or legal entity from civil liability arising from the failure to exercise the community standard of care. . . . . b) A peace officer is empowered to order [a healthcare professional] to ...

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