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Dr. Bob applies for medical staff privileges at General Hospital. The hospital administrator?
A. is not required to look into Dr. Bob’s background.
B. is required to query the National Practitioner Data Bank.
C. is required to query the Data Bank unless Dr. Bob is a recent medical school graduate.
D. is required to query the Data Bank or to make other
reasonable efforts to determine Dr. Bob’s qualifications

Dr. Bob is found to have malpracticed and has his staff privileges suspended for 90 days.
The hospital
A. may report this to the National Practitioner Data Bank.
B. should report this to the National Practitioner Data Bank.
C. should report it if this is Dr. Bob’s second offence.
D. should not report it, as it’s not the type of information the Data Bank receives.

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