Speaker: Nikole DeVries, MBA, MSN, RN, CPHQ

When done correctly, practitioner peer review can be a powerful tool to improve patient safety and quality of care. This session focuses on peer review in the acute care setting; specifically, from the administrative lens, but also includes broad concepts that can be applied throughout the care continuum.

Learning Objectives:

• Describe the purpose of robust practitioner peer review in developing a comprehensive quality management program

• Understand the difference between individual record peer review, ongoing professional practice evaluation (OPPE) and focused professional practice evaluation (FPPE)

• Recognize the importance of having a defined peer review process and governing policy that exceeds basic regulatory requirements

• Formulate robust OPPE profiles that include specialty-specific indicators

• Determine next steps in linking peer review outcomes and trends to hospital-based physician contracting

Product Details

Product Information
Education​, Learning Lab

1 CPHQ credits


$0.00 - Members

$39.00 - Nonmembers

Subscription Terms

12 months

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