3 Types of Reviews

Audits

Performance Audits

Audits are performed monthly on charts randomly chosen from each department and are used to monitor and improve quality of care.

  • Assess department and physician performance
  • Identify trends and recurring issues
  • Improve your hospital’s quality of care and patient safety

Cases

Incident-Based Peer Reviews

Cases are performed when a concern is reported or an adverse indicator is present. They are used to identify issues and assess the severity of those problems.

  • Review clinical visits or procedures
  • Primary physicians can submit initial statements and final responses
  • Assign actions based on final assessment

360s

Comprehensive Peer Reviews

360 reviews are performed for new applicants and bi-annually for existing physicians as part of each physician’s on-going professional practice evaluation. They are used to determine if new privileges will be granted or if existing privileges will be revised, maintained, or revoked.

  • 6 areas of competency evaluated
  • Includes summary of audits and cases since last 360

Coming Soon

Assign reviews internally or put them on the Exchange.

Internal Reviews

Medprex streamlines your internal review process with secure, easy-to-use online tools.

  • Create review committees and recurring meetings
  • Assign reviews to individual doctors or to meeting agendas
  • Assign department supervisors the supervisor privilege allowing them to review audits
  • Online review forms

Exchange Reviews

Submit cases or audits to board certified physicians in our exchange network for unbiased, independent peer reviews.

  • Reduce your case load and get unbiased external reviews
  • Doctors, patients and reviewers are anonymous
  • Generate extra income for your hospital and doctors
  • Request up to 3 exchange reviewers for each audit or case

Monitor department and physician performance.

Medprex makes it easy to view the big picture with simple charts and tables of aggregated performance data.

  • Monitor significant trends
  • Identify opportunities for performance improvement
  • Improve the quality of care provided by departments and individual physicians
  • Provides objective data for reviews of department heads, physicians, and privileges