Practice Quality Improvements
Chartrounds has qualified by the ABR to be a Practice Quality Improvement (PQI) project
According to the maintenance of certification program as described by the American Board of Radiology a PQI project is required every 3 years.
To get PQI credit through the chartrounds project you must:
- Submit and present a case to the specialist during a live session and review clinical management the treatment plan of your patient.
- Fill out the feedback form and peer review form fully at the end of your session. Participation by presenting a case (submit and present a case to the specialist during a live session and review clinical management and treatment fields of your patient’s treatment plan) in 1 Chartrounds session will qualify you for one of the required PQI projects. By listening in only you can receive documentation of attendance but not credit toward a PQI project. After each session a feedback form and a peer review form is available to you. The ABR may require you to show documented proof of participation in a PQI project and this documentation will serve as your proof. Once you fill it out and submit, the form will be sent to your email address on file.There is an area on the feedback form which asks “How will you change your practice as a result of today’s session?” In order to meet the standards set forth by the ABR you should document how you will make those changes in your practice.