Before organizations decide to enroll their practitioners in Continuous Query, they often have basic questions about the service. The Data Bank answers the top five questions that may persuade your organization to switch from One-Time Query to Continuous Query.
Many organizations consider Continuous Query to be a "best practice" because subscribers receive an initial query response for each enrolled practitioner and continue to receive ongoing monitoring for one year. When a report of a medical malpractice payment or other adverse action (such as a licensure or privileging action, Medicare/Medicaid exclusion, or health care-related conviction or judgment), is filed with the NPDB on an enrolled practitioner, your organization receives immediate notification.
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