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What is the difference between One-Time Query and Continuous Query?

A One-Time Query returns results for a practitioner up to the moment of query processing. If a new report is submitted on the practitioner after the query is processed, the organization is not notified.

If the organization enrolls that same practitioner in Continuous Query, the organization receives the same initial results as a One-Time Query, but the NPDB also sends a notification if any new reports are submitted during the 1-year enrollment period.

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