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Accreditor standards for peer recommendations

Knowing what the standards say regarding who can provide a recommendation is the science behind peer references. The art is establishing best practices that support the capture of information from the best possible sources. For a full description of each accreditor’s standards for peer recommendations, see the following sample form, excerpted from the HCPro title Verify and Comply: Credentialing, Medical Staff, and Ambulatory Care Standards, Seventh Edition.  

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