QI: Organizational Learning in Radiology | Domain: Radiologist Performance Improvement
QI: Organizational Learning in Radiology | Domain: Radiologist Performance Improvement is organized by Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and will be held during Mar 02, 2018 - Mar 01, 2021. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s).
Content Areas :
The following Content Areas will be printed on the certificate for this course:
Professionalism (including Ethics).
Conference Objectives are :
• Review the important categories of change needed to switch from peer review to peer learning and improvement.
• Describe the method of sequestering learning and improvement activities from monitoring for deficient performance.
• Apply method of case identification: moving from random sampling of cases to active inclusion of identified learning opportunities.
• Describe the process of replacing the numerical scoring of errors with qualitative descriptions of learning opportunities.
• Identify ways to organize the peer learning program.
• Describe how to provide confidential, constructive feedback to individuals.
• Explain how to conduct effective learning conferences.
• Identify ways to link the peer learning program to process improvement.
• Discuss meeting requirements for Ongoing Professional Practice Evaluation (OPPE) and Focused
• Professional Practice Evaluation (FPPE).
• List ways imaging may help to improve patient outcomes.
• Recognize imaging findings that will impact patient outcomes.
• Identify how the evaluation of incidental findings causes significant patient anxiety, increases health care costs and may cause potential morbidity and mortality from procedures to diagnose potentially benign findings.
• Recognize when sufficient evidence exists and limited or no follow up is needed, and when additional evidence gathering is required for certain findings.
• Explain the standardization of radiology practice whether it involves use of structured reporting, pre-procedure / post procedure checklists or standard but tailored imaging protocols have a potential to vastly improve patient outcomes.
• Identify best practices that will improve patient outcomes.
• Discuss how focusing on improving patient satisfaction with radiology services has a potential to improve actual patient outcomes.
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
- CME : 1.5
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