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Every year, more than 1,800 family physicians receive a Primary Healthcare Panel Report from the Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) to help improve their practice.
The 2022 reports are now available. This free report provides measures on continuity of care, screening of chronic conditions, COVID-19 vaccination data, virtual care appointments and more, so physicians can reflect on their practice and compare with colleagues.
|Did you know? Reviewing and analyzing your HQCA Primary Healthcare Panel Report to identify opportunities for improvement, then developing an action plan and implementing change counts as completing a practice-driven quality improvement activity using objective data, required once every five years under CPSA’s Physician Practice Improvement Program (PPIP).|
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