Best Practices in Hospital Peer Review

Early detection and resolution of issues reduces negative consequences for both physicians and hospitals. In addition to minimizing harm to patients, it also minimizes liability exposure of practitioners and the hospital’s financial losses. Hospital peer review not only detects and resolves physician performance issues that can lead to loss, but also prevents medical errors through increased transparency and accountability, reduces negative consequences and costs for both the physician and the hospital, and reduces risk of litigation between facility and physicians, when managed properly.

Learn more in our Best Practices in Hospital Peer Review white paper.