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The due process manual, Part 4: Investigations
It is important to have a crystal-clear definition of investigation in your bylaws. A failure to do so could have serious implications for your organization in reporting to the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB). You may hear the term bright line applied to the definition of investigation. That means that the bylaws spell out clearly when a line has been crossed and an investigation has begun.
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