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Sham peer review: How physicians can protect themselves and how hospitals can help
Peer review is intended to promote open and honest conversations about the performance of physician peers, with the ultimate goal of promoting patient safety and improving care. The protections offered under the Health care Quality Improvement Act (HCQIA) allow these reviews to remain private and protected from the court system, presumably to foster truthfulness.
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