Practice Performance (Part 4)

Physicians are asked to self-assess their performance in medical practice and develop plans to improve the quality of care delivered to their patients. In order to do this, physicians use tools to self-assess their performance in medical practice, including practice improvement modules (PIMs). Society members receive complimentary access to Endocrine Society PIMs.

PIMs are self-directed on-line activities that allow you to:

1. Evaluate your performance in a clinical area relevant to your practice,
2. Compare your performance to clinical guidelines,
3. Plan to improve important aspects of your practice, and
4. Reassess the impact of that improvement plan.
 

The Endocrine Society's PIMs will guide you through the process of collecting and analyzing practice data over time and documenting improved quality of care. To view a full listing of our products, CLICK HERE.

 
  


For more information on PIMs, visit the following web pages: