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It could be a particular online website for reviews, a list of doctor's strength and weaknesses during some kind of an assessment, and or anything that can give consumers a greater capacity in gauging the quality of the work their doctors have done on them.

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Yes.

Quality can be monitored by clinical decision support (CDS) modules. Most CDS logic is implemented inside a software used by clinicians. Patient facing CDS is included in some personal heatlh record (PHR) platforms. (e.g., reminders to get vaccination). See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25243350

So you might try to have a computer logic check your past health record and provide reminders and generated comments. (a machine-based second opinion) but not super comprehensive. But in future, more patient facing CDS is coming.

For dental care, there is much fewer CDS modules.

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