Published in Hospital Business Week, April 22nd, 2007
Peer review is an internal process by which hospitals assure that its doctors are competent and well trained enough to safely treat patients and provide the best quality of care. Hospitals turn to unbiased third parties like IROs to evaluate cases involving sentinel events and doctor errors; particularly when internal conflicts of interest preclude an objective evaluation...
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