Customized services meet or exceed The Joint Commission's OPPE and FPPE standards
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- AllMed Healthcare Management today announced two new services to help hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs) monitor and measure the performance of their physicians, as well as meet accreditation standards. The two PeerScore(SM) services help hospitals meet ongoing professional practice evaluation (OPPE) and focused professional practice evaluation (FPPE) required by The Joint Commission.
"Besides the obligatory analysis of any sentinel event, today's hospitals and ACSs also face tighter peer-review standards, increased scrutiny of doctors' performance and the demand for consistent and repeatable credentialing, privileging, proctoring processes," said Andrew G. Rowe, CEO. "Our PeerScore services offer a convenient and cost-effective way for them to implement unbiased, consistent and repeatable processes for both ongoing and focused evaluations."
Common PeerScore Features
AllMed's PeerScore solutions help hospitals and ASCs meet or exceed the intent of The Joint Commission's OPPE and FPPE standards by emphasizing physician education and performance improvement. Both services help them monitor doctors' performance across specialties and departments and, by removing conflict of interest to ensure objective, continuous, consistent and reliable evaluations of practitioner performance. PeerScore uses board-certified, actively practicing physicians who possess the same credentials and work in similar practice settings to review each physician or case.
PeerScore OPPE(SM) moves hospitals beyond the reactive analysis focused mostly on isolated sentinel events, by offering systematic and proactive reviews of physicians' work on an ongoing basis. By deploying PeerScore OPPE, hospitals and ASC groups can monitor
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