Consultation on four new assessment standards for internal medicine, pediatrics, dermatology, and family practice physicians

In keeping with the program’s commitment to stakeholder engagement and created in consultation with Physician Practice Enhancement Program (PPEP) assessors, medical advisors, and external medical educators, the PPEP has drafted three new assessment standards for medical records in a community-based setting: pediatrics, internal medicine, and dermatology. Registrants who belong to one of these groups are invited to review the applicable assessment standard and provide your feedback. 

Amendments have also been made to the Emergency Preparedness for Staff and Patients in a Family Physician Clinical Office, in particular to provide direction and guidance on workplace violence. 

Medical Record for the Pediatrician in a Community-Based Office Setting

Review the draft standard here. Pediatricians are invited to provide feedback here by March 10, 2021.

Medical Record for the Internist in a Community-Based Office Setting

Review the draft standard here. Internists are invited to provide feedback here by March 10, 2021.

Medical Record for the Dermatologist in a Community-Based Office Setting

Review the draft standard here. Dermatologists are invited to provide feedback here by March 10, 2021.

Emergency Preparedness for Staff and Patients in a Family Physician Clinical Office

Review the draft standard here. Family practitioners are invited to provide feedback here by March 10, 2021.