For Criterion 36, what is the minimum level of performance change that must be demonstrated?

In Criterion 36, change in performance refers to measured changes in a learner’s behavior; for example, reduced coding errors, higher patient communication ratings, greater participation in team/group meetings, etc.).  Providers are encouraged to set their own specific goals for performance improvement, and can select the most appropriate mechanism(s).  Remember:  The standard, target, and performance improvement that is measured and reported should be consequential in relationship to the objectives.


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In PARS, how should we report activities that are available for more than a single year?  

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