In this mandamus action the issue is whether a medical peer-review committee's report recommending no discipline must be disclosed to a physician it investigated. The physician, sued for malpractice, sought the report's disclosure after the hospital, which he named as a responsible third party, contended he was responsible for a surgery error. Franklin, the physician, argues that the Texas Occupations Code, which makes medical peer-review proceedings and records confidential, requires in section 160.007(a) disclosure to a physician the committee is investigating if the committee "takes action that could result in" discipline against the physician. By meeting to review the surgery mistake, the doctor contends, the committee took action and that could have resulted in discipline. The trial court ordered the hospital to produce the report. The court of appeals denied the hospital its requested mandamus relief.