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Medical peer review is an essential safeguard in healthcare. How can we address its biases and create a process that's proactive - not reactive?




Medical peer review is how hospitals get feedback on the quality of care they provide. In its current state, the mandatory process needs to be revised due to bias, inefficiencies, and resource limitations. Since rural hospitals have less access to specialists per capita compared to their urban counterparts, these facilities must look beyond internal review to improve their systems.


Medplace's external peer review services helped multiple facilities quickly find medical experts and receive valuable feedback on their quality of care.

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