Practice Evaluation

A Practice Evaluation is a systematic assessment of the work performed by a particular individual or group in the fields of health or social services, such as a therapist or group of doctors and nurses at a medical practice. The goals may be to improve the quality and safety of a practitioner’s work, further his or her training, or to investigate a complaint. The process may involve reviewing a staff member’s charts and comparing his or her treatment outcomes to those of peers. The staff member be also be put through a simulation (for example, a mock consultation with a patient) and judged by his or her peers on the ability to provide care and to follow best practices.

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