Title: The Problem With OPPE
Date: February 25, 2016
Speaker: Leslie Duncan, BS, CPCS, CPMSM
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Are you struggling with OPPE? Learn how to create good OPPE indicators, manage low volume providers, and implementing the tools necessary to help you prepare for survey.
- Participants will be able to discuss methods for creating indicators
- Sources for Indicators
- Sources for Data
- Participants will be able to identify steps for managing low volume providers
- Steps for establishing criteria for low volume
- Sample Letters and Forms
- Participants will understand and be able to implement tools for Survey Preparation
- Identify key elements for audit
- Conduct a mock survey
About the Speaker:
Leslie currently works full time with focused and ongoing professional practice evaluations (F/OPPE) as the QI Specialist in Medical Staff Services at Centennial Medical Center, which recently became Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Centennial through a Joint Venture between Tenet Healthcare and Baylor Scott & White. She has worked for the past five years to develop a comprehensive program to not only address the requirements for F/OPPE, but to create a complete package that can be shared with other facilities. During this time, the program has successfully completed multiple audits for FPPE and OPPE compliance, including Joint Commission and CMS audits with no major findings.
Before coming to Centennial, Leslie worked for almost five years at Dell Services, supporting the EchoQuality application for Tenet Healthcare, a program designed to automate some aspects of the OPPE process. Prior to Dell, she accumulated 8 years of experience in Medical Staff Services, coordinating all aspects of the Medical Staff Office as a Certified Medical Staff Coordinator.
TSMSS Member: $30
Approved for 1.5 CE credits (will be distributed once quiz is received. A passing score of 80% is required)
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