Proctoring and Focused Professional Practice Evaluation: Practical Approaches to Verifying Physician Competence
HC Pro, Inc., 2006 - Business & Economics - 137 pages
Hospitals are increasingly using proctoring to create and verify physician competence for two key reasons: regulators are requiring facilities to establish physicians' competence through data; and the public, regulators, and hospitals themselves are sharply focused on improving patient safety. Focused Professional Practice Evaluation (FPPE)--the JCAHO's new label for proctoring--must be applied for all initially requested privileges and when issues affecting the provision of safe, high-quality patient care are identified.
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