Peer review processes are mechanisms to promote quality care. A peer review program facilitates an organization’s obligations, legal and regulatory, to provide care consistent with clinical best practices to patients, while at the same time mitigating risk from legal actions. Payors, credentialing organizations and others, such as the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB), may require organizations to have a peer review process to participate in their programs.
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