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Laying the foundation: The fundamentals of peer review

Peer review, as it applies in today’s healthcare landscape, involves the evaluation of an individual practitioner’s professional performance for all relevant competency categories. It draws from multiple sources of data and identifies opportunities to improve care. Given these important aims, all practitioners granted privileges are subject to the peer review process.

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