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Family Physician ASSESSOR TRAINING

6.g The Final Report - Description

The Final Report is the most essential and significant part of the assessment

process. The report, along with the physician interview, provides the assessed

physician with a snapshot of his/her practice including both the positive aspects

and the areas that could use some improvement. Through review of the report the

committee makes the final decision as to the category to assign the physician and

whether or not follow-up is necessary.

Remember that the committee does not have the same background information

you do. You are the eyes and ears of the program so include enough information

through narrative comments in the report to give a short overview of the practice

under all the categories outlined in the Final Report Format. In particular, include

enough detail to allow the Committee to understand how/why a conclusion was

reached.

Tools/Resources to create Final Report:

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Medical Office Assessment Form R-2

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Guidelines for Chart Review CR-1

These are your resources for completing the Final Report. It contains all pre-

determined assessment criteria with tick boxes and places for notes. Use these

during chart review and in determining Quality of Care re; management of each

disease entity.

These are confidential documents and the data from them is entered in the PEP

database. Please return them with your report.

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Final Report Requirements

for outline of specific PEP requirements.

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Samples of Final Reports – provided in binder

General Information:

1. Patient Identification

: In some reports, specific cases/charts with patients

listed as Patient A, etc can be included to support comments. Please do

not include patient identification in Final Reports. If deficiencies have been

discovered in specific files, record the name/file number on the

Full Medical

Office Form

so this information can be forwarded to the physician to support

recommendation in the correction of the deficiency.

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