Risk Assessment Peer Review Committee: Physician Openings for Committee Participation


CAP prides itself on being a physician-owned and governed organization. Vital to the organization is the instrumental role physician members play by participating on a variety of committees.

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The purpose of Risk Assessment Peer Review Program (RAPR) is to evaluate the continued and future risk sharing of any physician member of MPT identified with a potential unfavorable affecting risk exposure.

Any MPT member in good standing may be appointed to serve on a Risk Assessment Peer Review Committee.  Committee members are compensated for their review of materials and their attendance at the meeting. 

A Risk Assessment Peer Review Committee meeting is intended to be a physician-to-physician, member-to-member discussion that will assist the Committee in evaluating the member invitee’s professional qualifications, clinical knowledge, practice skills, judgment, and actual or potential risk to MPT.

If you’ve ever wondered what participating on a CAP Committee entails, you may be surprised. You’ll meet smart, dedicated physicians just like you who care about making CAP, and the protection it provides to physicians, the very best it can be.

Please contact Kimberly Danebrock at KDanebrock@CAPphysicians.com for more information.