The nature and scope of the differences between the Data Sharing Project conducted by the Physician Insurers Association of America and the National Practitioner Data Bank operated by the Department of Health and Human Services are examined. The data collection and dissemination projects both capture codified information regarding medical malpractice claims.
Lawrence E. Smarr,
A Comparative Assessment of the PIAA Data Sharing Project and the National Practitioner Data Bank: Policy, Purpose, and Application,
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