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Peer review is a system by which peers with similar areas of expertise and licensure assess the care of a provider, using accepted practice standards and guidelines. Peer review of physical therapist services offers a framework to evaluate the processes, necessity, and appropriateness of those services.

In this context, a peer is a person of the same profession who is like-licensed.

The guiding principles of peer review are to educate physical therapists to:

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