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Privileging your proctor: Considerations for granting temporary privileges

Physician proctors are utilized for a number of different reasons, whether it's to instruct or observe a physician requesting privileges for new technology or a cutting-edge procedure, or as part of the peer review process to evaluate physicians with potential quality concerns.

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