1) The quid pro quo was the creation of the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) to restrict the ability of incompetent physicians to move from state to state without disclosure or discovery of physicians' previous damaging or incompetent performance.
What does NPDB stand for?
NPDB stands for National Practitioner Data Bank
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We have 8 other meanings of NPDB in our Acronym Attic
- Number Plan Digit
- Nutley Police Department (Nutley, NJ)
- National Parliamentary Debate Association
- National Portfolio Day Association (art and design schools)
- National Private Duty Association (home care)
- Network Program Determination Application
- New Partnership for Development Act (duty-free)
- Notice of Proposed Disciplinary Action
- Nuclear Power Division Administrative Procedure (US Nuclear Regulatory Commission)
- National Poultry Development Board (Ghana)
- Navy Personnel Database (US Navy)
- Navy Provisional Detainee Battalion (US DoD)
- Number Portability Data Base
- North Pacific Data Buoy Advisory Panel
- Nasopalatine Duct Cyst
- National Parts Distribution Center
- National Petroleum Development Company
- National Plant Data Center (USDA)
- National Property Disposition Center (mortgages)
- Naval Personnel Development Command
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After adjustment for inflation, that figure was the lowest since the National Practitioner Data Bank started tracking malpractice payments in 1990, the report said.
The National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) was created by the Health Care Quality Improvement Act of 1986 (HCQIA).
Providers in the network should undergo a rigorous credentialing process that meets or exceeds the National Committee for Quality Assurance standards, and uses the American Medical Association and National Practitioner Data Bank to verify professional credentials, licenses and memberships.
based consumer advocacy organization analyzed malpractice payments reported in the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) between 1990, the year the data bank was established, and 2005.
Key Words: Adverse event, diagnostic error, legal, liability, malpractice, medical error, National Practitioner Data Bank ********** Adverse events and medical errors have become an increasing concern.
Using data from the National Practitioner Data Bank, Amitabh Chandra, Ph.
During this process, the report also advocates for prohibition of confidential settlements known as "gag clauses" that prevent learning from events that lead to litigation; use of court-appointed, independent expert witnesses; and the redesign or replacement of the National Practitioner Data Bank which has never met the goal of being the premier resource for meaningful, valid and reliable information about physician performance.