Physician group-based peer review

Peer review has long been a means of determining physician competence and improving quality of care in the hospital setting, and ineffective peer review can have serious ramifications. Although it is most commonly associated with hospitals, entities outside of the hospital or healthcare system can use peer review to evaluate physician performance and protect themselves from potential issues as well. Read More.

Published in Credentialing Resource Center Journal, Vol.21, No.11, November 2012.

Authored By:

Kimberly W. Daniel
Kimberly W. Daniel