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Data bank reporting requirements pose vexing issues

Data bank reporting requirements pose vexing issues

Physician Executive 18(1): 53-54

Even though the National Practitioner Data Bank is now more than a year old, health care organizations continue to struggle with its reporting requirements. In some instances, it is possible to achieve the quality goals of the data bank without triggering a report and unnecessarily damaging a practitioner's reputation. This article details some of the cautions that need to be observed.

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