That's what we use at Banner Health. We also have a separate parallel scoring for documentation errors.
> Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2013 11:40:28 -0600
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> Subject: Grading systems for peer review?
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> I'm interested to hear from the group what different grading systems are used at your institutions for grading peer review.
> How many are using the standard 4 levels (Level I: Case was routine and committee found that acceptable care was given, Level II: Non-routine case with acceptable care provided, Level III: Denotes questionable care with further review of practice required, Level IV: Care rendered was unacceptable when measured against the standard of care)?
> Are any groups using different categories and scoring each?
> Anything else?
> Best and thanks for the help,
> Eric Higginbotham, MD, FAAP, FACEP
> Assistant Medical Director
> DCMC-Emergency Department
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