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The Pennsylvania Superior Court has waded once again into the murky waters of peer review privilege, this time laying out the requirements for a document to qualify for protection under the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act and clarifying the difference between a nonconfidential incident report and a peer review document covered under the Peer Review Protection Act.

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Zack Needles

Zack Needles is Global Managing Editor, Regional Brands at ALM. He is also the Managing Editor of The Legal Intelligencer, Pennsylvania Law Weekly, Delaware Business Court Insider and Delaware Law Weekly. Contact him at 215-557-2373 or zneedles@alm.com. On Twitter: @ZackNeedlesTLI.

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