Is there life for docs after a Data Bank report?

Although most physicians who have a complaint filed about them to the National Practitioner Data Bank go on to resume their professional careers, physicians are understandably fearful of the potential professional and economic implications of a Data Bank report. It is commonly perceived that such a report may serve to effectively terminate a physician's career. What are the key success factors that determine which physicians are most likely to succeed despite past performance or conduct issues? --Read the full blog post from Hospital Impact

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