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Best practices for disclosing peer review information to third parties
Sharing peer review information between hospitals is essential to help medical staffs determine practitioners' competence and make informed privilege granting decisions. However, medical staffs can find themselves facing legal challenges if the disclosure process is done inappropriately.
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