Need for Conference Call(s), On-Site meeting, hearing, court appearance
Review with the Clinician Being Evaluated: The Reason for the Review; The Case Selection, Sample Size, Methodology; The Clinical Reviewer Background; & Their Portion of the Review Cost (if appropriate).
Approve & Return EPR Vendor Agreement with Confidentiality, Indemnification & Medical Records. Specify if Records are Destroyed After the Review or Returned to the Hospital/Group Practice. (Agreement Updated every Two Years)
Records Sent Electronically Encrypted or Compact Disk Sent via Overnight Courier with Security Code Sent via email with Confirmation Upon Receipt,
EPR Vendor to Manage the Process with the CEO, CMO, MSP, Risk or Quality Management per Agreement.
Receive Written Report (consider who receives it: MEC, Admin, Legal, with advance verbal preview).
Determine if the Report will be Reviewed at the MEC, or in Advance by the Peer Review Committee/Chair or CMO and then Discussed at the MEC.
Determine if Follow-up Call or Visit from the Clinical Reviewer is Necessary.
Conduct Final Call EPR Vendor to Review Satisfaction with the Process.