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Take full advantage of your multispecialty peer review committee
More medical staffs are implementing multispecialty peer review committees in the hopes of having one committee that can objectively review and assess the work of colleagues. Although there may be initial cultural resistance to this approach, having a multispecialty committee can eliminate issues such as only having one physician in a specialty or developing non-specialty-specific indicators.
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