Criterion 21: #49871

Finding: 
Compliance
Published Date: 
February 13, 2013

Four of the provider’s board members sit on the quality improvement committees at their respective organizations. These members are instrumental in communicating quality data, identifying professional practice gaps and providing expertise needed for planning CME activities. For example, one Board member is University faculty and has access to ‘de-identified’ clinical registry data that identifies problematic practices at a systems level. These partnerships enable the provider to focus on educational content that addresses and incorporates quality patient care and patient safety practices into its CME activities.

 

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