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    Peer Review by Proprietor or Partner

    Posted By : Juhee Goyal / Published on : 19-Apr-2023 07:18 AM / View : 82 / Comment : 1

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    Can Peer Review be done by proprietor / partner of the Practice Unit peer reviewed by the Reviewer?
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    • No, it is not appropriate for the proprietor or partner of a practice unit to conduct the peer review of their own practice. Peer review is meant to be an objective evaluation of a practice's adherence to professional standards and guidelines, and it is important for the reviewer to be independent and impartial.

      The purpose of peer review is to assess the quality of work performed by the practice unit being reviewed, and to identify any areas where improvements can be made. The reviewer should have the necessary expertise and experience to evaluate the practice's work, and should not have any conflicts of interest or relationships that could compromise their impartiality.

      If the proprietor or partner of a practice unit is also a qualified reviewer, they may be able to conduct peer reviews of other practices that they are not affiliated with. However, in the case of their own practice, it is recommended that an independent reviewer be appointed to ensure objectivity and fairness.

      19-04-2023 / 11:05:21 AM
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