Please call (888) 899-1406 to schedule a free consultation to talk about how we can conduct physician peer reviews for your organization. We will also be happy to show you a redacted sample of one of our reports.
The quality of a physician peer review can vary dramatically, depending on which physician is chosen to conduct the review and how the review is conducted. Many peer review companies employ or routinely contract with physicians in various specialties to review all incoming cases in their specialty. Whereas, at MRN, our experienced nurse consultants evaluate the needs of each peer review request and utilize independent physicians who are just right for the peer review at hand.
External OPPE Peer Reviews
For Ongoing Professional Practice Evaluation (OPPE) reviews, we’ll help you design the type of form that meets the needs of your organization. We’ll work with independent, board-certified physicians who have the right specialty and right practice setting experience, to objectively evaluate the physicians on your staff.
External FPPE Peer Reviews
For Focused Professional Practice Evaluation (FPPE) reviews, our nurse consultants will identify the best fit among independent practitioners. We’ll choose these physicians from our large data base, or we’ll find the most qualified physician specifically for your case.
Board-Certified Peer Reviewers
All of the physicians we work with are in active clinical practice, are board-certified, and are completely independent of MRN. After the expert physician we’ve chosen has completed the peer review, one of our legal nurse consultants will interview the physician and create a report that’s protected under the various state statutes for peer review.
Timely Physician Peer Review Reports
The nurse consultant checks to ensure that all of the needed areas are covered by the physician reviewer and completes the report of the reviewer’s opinions. This allows the physician to spend time on the important task of the review rather than report writing – a cost-effective solution. This approach also helps keep the turn-around time for physician reviews to a minimum and avoids incomplete reports getting lost on physician reviewers’ desks.