PR Questions

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Why does this happen?

• Physicians have no time
• Administration is stretched
too thinly
• Responsibility for peer review is
split too many ways (risk, legal, quality, admin, docs, MSO)
• No one person has (or accepts) overall
• Physicians and support staff are not lawyers; the
legal issues in peer review tends to freeze action

Myth: Physicians don’t want to do peer review and won’t.

Reality: They will do so willingly and well if it is fair, if
they are adequately protected and if they are assisted.

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