The National Practitioner Data Bank was introduced in response to the National Healthcare Quality Improvement Act of 1986. It was first designed as a central clearinghouse of information mandated to be accessed when granting privileges and every two years upon reappointment. It remains a central clearinghouse today and is now offering pertinent information on providers (physician and allied health practitioners) relative to credentialing decisions. In response to current best practice, MPR enrolls all providers into the continuous query and maintains the enrollment as necessary.
MPR is here to offer providers, hospitals and medical facilities effective and trustworthy customer services so you can devote more time to the delivery of quality patient care.