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Current peer review challenges
Many medical staffs undergo significant redesign of their peer review programs to decrease bias and improve efficiency. While staffs typically adopt well-written policies that reflect those changes, unfortunately these programs commonly drift back to their old ways. This is often because initial leaders of the peer review committee lack understanding, or new leaders who don’t buy into the previous changes take control. An annual review of the policies and procedures with the committee chair, the chief of staff, and the support staff is a good way to keep on course.
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