The College of Physicians & Surgeons of Alberta (CPSA) is seeking proposals for business intelligence tools and analytic capabilities to aid physicians in improving their quality of care and patient safety and fulfilling CPSA’s mandate to serve the public by guiding the medical profession.
CPSA engages in collecting data about physicians and their professional practices from a variety of sources, analyzing the data then developing programs, reports and resources to support physician quality assurance and improvement.
For examples, refer to Prescribing on the CPSA website https://cpsa.ca/physicians-competence/physician-prescribing-practices/.
Business intelligence tools and analytic capabilities are also required for the Physician Prescribing Practices Program and the Tracked Prescription Program (TPP Alberta), Alberta’s prescription monitoring program, administered by CPSA. See https://www.tppalberta.ca/.
Deadline for proposals is February 28, 2022.