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Focus on remediation with your peer review
While peer review helps evaluate a physician's competency for use in credentialing and privileging, it is also intended to help the physician improve the quality of his or her patient care. However, too often peer review focuses on assessment rather than remediation, says Todd Sagin, MD, JD, president and medical director of Sagin Healthcare Consulting based in Laverock, Pennsylvania.
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