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Sample letter to respond to third party requests for medical peer review information
Before sending peer review information, a medical staff should first look at state laws to ensure it has a mechanism in place to make disclosures in a confidential manner. For example, Texas allows committee-to-committee disclosures, so for medical staffs in that state, it’s a best practice to include language in the response letter referencing the section of the Texas statute that allows those disclosures without waiving any privileges.
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