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Moving from a punitive to positive culture: Peer review's role in physician performance improvement, patient safety, and risk management
My goal in consulting and writing is to help medical staffs move from a punitive or indifferent peer review culture to one that supports physician improvement and the pursuit of excellence. The good news is that peer review culture can change. But how do you get there? In my experience, there are at least three keys for successful peer review cultural change.
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