Practical Reviews

Peer Review Helps Ensure That Docs Adhere to Good Standards

The peer-review process is an important part of practicing medicine during which colleagues review one doctor's practice of medicine and then try to make recommendations for improvement.  Patient Input: Typically, physicians review the quality of another doctor's medical practice standards during the peer-review process. A patient's input can also provide valuable information. For example, a layperson can often judge a doctor's communication skills, and whether he/she is polit more...
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