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Developing a Peer Review System


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Title: Developing a Peer Review System

  • Developing a Peer Review System 510-857-5896
  • Instructor Profile
  • William Mack Copeland, MS, JD,
    PhD, LFACHE, practices health care law in
    Cincinnati at the firm of Copeland Law, LLC,
    where he is the president and the CEO. He is also
    the president of the Executive Managerial
    Development Group, a consulting entity providing
    compliance and other fraud and abuse related
    services. A graduate of Northern Kentucky
    University Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Bill
    is a frequent author and speaker on health law
    topics. He is a member of the American Health
    Lawyers Association, American, Ohio and
    Cincinnati Bar Associations.
  • A former hospital chief
    executive officer, he is a life fellow in the
    American College of Healthcare Executives. He was
    awarded the American College of Health Care
    Executives Senior-Level Healthcare Executive
    Regent's Award in 2007. 510-857-5896
  • Description
  • This program will review the
  • process of setting up an effective
  • peer review system.
  • It will show how the program can
    be developed, who should be involved and what the
    components of such a program should be. The
    process needs to be centralized with immediate
    oversight from the medical executive committee.
    There should be a physician who is a senior
    member of the hospital executive staff who has
    overall responsibility for managing the peer
    review system. There should be a centralized
    committee, possibly a subcommittee of the medical
    executive committee, which manages the peer
    review system.
  • Effective peer review requires a
    concentrated effort to make sure that it
    identifies problem areas and problem
    practitioners. It needs appropriate protocols so
    that the program and its output remain objective 510-857-5896
  • Why Should you Attend
  • This session is designed for
    healthcare executives, physicians, particularly
  • physicians in medical staff leadership
    positions, as well as peer-review support staff
  • attorneys representing hospitals and
  • physicians. You will want to attend to
  • the ins and outs of developing an
  • peer review program. If you are
  • to implement a new peer review program or
  • updating what you already have in place,
  • this program will provide the insight
  • necessary to produce an effective
  • Objectives of the Presentation
  • The objectives of this presentation are
    to provide an overview of the process necessary
    to develop an effective peer review program. 510-857-5896
  • Who can Benefit
  • Hospital executives, particularly CEOs, COOs,
    CFOs, CNOs, and CMOs
  • Physicians
  • Physicians in medical staff leadership positions
  • Staff providing peer review support
  • Attorneys representing health care providers and
    practitioners. 510-857-5896
  • Live Session - How it works
  • Username and Password will be sent to you
  • 24 hours prior to the webinar
  • Presentation handouts in pdf formate will be
    mailed to you
  • Login to the session using the username and
    password provided to you
  • Get answer to your queries through interactive
    QA sessions via chat
  • Please let us know your thoughts and views at the
    end of webinar, your valuable feedback will help
    us improve
  • Get certification of attendance.
  • Recorded Session - How it works
  • A link will be provided to you upon purchase of
    the recorded session
  • Please click on the link to access the session
  • Presentation handouts in pdf formate will be
    mailed to you
  • Get certification of attendance. 510-857-5896
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