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California ASCs must conduct physician peer review every 2 years

from Outpatient Surgery

California's ASCs are required to peer review their physicians every 2 years under a law set to take effect on Jan. 1, 2016. While state law already requires biennial peer reviews at ASCs with more than 25 physicians, the new regulations extend the mandate to all ASCs, even practices owned and operated by a sole physician. Senate Bill 396, signed into law earlier this year to increase oversight of outpatient surgery facilities, also gives those facilities access to more credentialing information before granting or renewing physicians' privileges, and lets accreditation agencies conduct unannounced inspections after their initial survey. more

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