The Future of Computer Quantification of Critical Care

Grading Physician Performance has long been a disorganized and incomplete science at best, more often fraught with inconsistency and biased opinions of the reviewer than actual ongoing hard data comparisons to support the reviewers’ conclusions. Many of these reviews are performed because the hospital or physicians groups are “required” to have them performed for “compliance,” “licensing,” or “unexpected” outcomes, therefore limiting the scope and purpose of a comprehensive performance review.


When is it Critical Care?

Critical care includes such a broad range of presentations in emergency medicine and sometimes these variable presentations are difficult to ascertain when comprehensive level 5 99285 care becomes critical care 99291.