Augment your existing peer review or quality committee with advanced expertise
Many organizations are deficient in the combined clinical, regulatory and risk management experience that is otherwise necessary to drive quality improvement efforts, or define appropriate care pathways. This is especially true given that standards are changing quickly, and wide clinical variation exists from one provider to the next.
Standardized and confidential review is available to your team to perform chart reviews, case reports, provider utilization comparisons and gap reports.
Clinical integration networks and ACO’s can organize and simplify population health initiatives to advance care, safety and compliance.
To ensure protections from discovery under statute, formal appointment to your medical staff peer review committee, or hospital quality committee at the discretion of your general counsel is commonly arranged.
Peer review audit assessments can include interviews, site visits, review of data or records. When performed specifically on behalf of your quality or peer review committee, for the sake of quality assurance functions, this work may be deemed confidential under RCW 70.41.200, RCW 4.24.250 and RCW 43.70.510.
Additional Enterprise level resources can include:
Administrator’s Digital Resource Library
Custom Live CME /Grand Rounds
1:1 Medical Director Coaching Calls
Population Health Metrics and Analysis
Care Gap Report Development
Quality Measure Definition
Care Modeling with Evidence Based and Best Practice