NPDB


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AcronymDefinition
NPDBNational Practitioner Data Bank
NPDBNavy Provisional Detainee Battalion (US DoD)
NPDBNumber Portability Data Base
NPDBNavy Personnel Database (US Navy)
NPDBNational Poultry Development Board (Ghana)
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It has become commonplace to make such medical licensing and/or hospital privilege decisions--with the attendant risk of reporting to the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB)--contingent upon strict compliance with referrals to, and all resultant treatment recommendations from, the PHP.
Third, we anticipate that MQAC collaboration on CRP will not fully address the worries physicians have about CRP participation because federally mandated reports to the NPDB will remain a barrier.
In addition, the NPDB considers an investigation ongoing until the health care entity takes a final action or formally closes the investigation.
In addition, most reports in the NPDB are based on legal settlements that were never adjudicated by a court, proven to involve negligence, or settled with a physician's consent, according to Dr.
The NPDB is the most authoritative data base on medical malpractice claims nationwide.
(150) Additionally, before patients in the current adversarial system can collect any compensation, blame must be assigned to the physician and thus reported to the NPDB. (151)
A "standard of care not met" determination and attribution of responsibility in these cases may result in a report to the Defense Practitioner Data Bank rather than the NPDB.
subsequent NPDB reporting in states with greater protections.
That was just one of many issues with which the Texas courts were confronted in this unusual case in which a physician brought suit against a hospital for tort, breach of contract, defamation, conspiracy, and statutory violations that allegedly damages his professional and personal reputation and resulted in what he alleged was a conspiracy to improperly investigate him for professional incompetence and falsely report to the National Practictioner's Data Bank (NPDB) that he had "resigned" from the hospital while under investigation
Many physicians are more familiar with the HIPDB's sister operation, the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB), which collects information about medical malpractice judgments and settlements.
Many physicians are more familiar with the HIPDB's sister operation, the Nation al Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB), which collects information about medical malpractice judgments and settlements.