Peer Review That Brings Value To Your Organization
Does your current Peer Review program bring value to your organization and support provider success? OPPE, FPPE, ongoing evaluation of providers and peer review is very often developed and executed to meet accreditation requirements or respond to poor outcomes. When crafted in a meaningful way, professional practice evaluation can bring tremendous value to your organization, elevate patient safety and support provider success.
Need help implementing a better peer review process? Our experts can assist. We have over 20 years of experience assessing, designing, and developing peer review for our clients. Let us help you bring real value to your peer review process today.
External Peer Review Customized For Your Specific Needs
We are relentless in our efforts, meticulous in our approach, and comprehensive in our findings. We collectively feel a deep sense of responsibility, approaching each matter from an objective, unbiased point of view. MDReview uses our diverse and experienced community of reviewers to provide expertise in all specialties and subspecialties.
We offer several types of reviews, designed to address different needs.
Comprehensive Reviews evaluate all aspects of clinical care provided to a patient, as well as specific questions asked by the client. The results are delivered as a detailed narrative report. Most of our reviews are comprehensive.
Focused or Custom Reviews evaluate limited components of care. Typically, these focus on a certain number of clinical questions or concerns posed by the client, such as, “Did an indication exist for a certain procedure?” “Was the H & P thorough and complete?” or “Were complications managed appropriately?” The results are then delivered in a limited narrative report.
Reviews of Specific Elements
A Review of Specific Elements addresses a limited number of questions posed by the client. Rather than a narrative report, a simple table is completed which outlines the assessment of each element. The results are delivered as a table supported by brief commentary.