The Advisory Board Company
on February 15, 2013 |
Topics: Physician Issues, Cardiovascular, Service Lines, Performance Improvement, Quality, Workforce, Performance Evaluations, Performance Management
Clinical peer review. It’s a proven way to maintain high care quality. And yet, as Cardiovascular Roundtable members tell us, it so frequently fails up to live up to our expectations.
Effective peer review processes: Resources for your program
on June 27, 2012 |
Topics: Cardiovascular, Service Lines, Performance Management, Workforce
The growing prevalence of quality reporting sites such as Leapfrog and HealthGrades have made physician and facility performance data more available than ever before, yet the extent to which physicians leverage this information remains unclear. In a recent issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, two sets of authors debate the degree to which physicians are ethically required to consider and share outcomes data when referring patients to a cardiac surgeon.
Debating the role of report cards in cardiologist referrals
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