(March 15, 2021) Well-run peer review committees are essential to maintaining high-quality performance for physicians and nurses, but recruiting for those committees can be challenging. Physicians and nurses may resist the time commitment or fear legal and professional repercussions from passing judgment on their peers.
Those fears can be dispelled by educating physicians and nurses about the peer review process. Savvy recruiting techniques can help create effective peer review committees.
Selecting the right individuals for a peer review committee is similar to selecting the right people for any other team, says Eric Dickerson, managing director of the academic medicine practice for Kaye/Bassman, an executive recruiting firm in Plano, TX. He notes peer review can take many forms, from standing quality improvement peer committees to those formed for the assessment of credentialing or hiring.
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