I audit my coders on a daily basis. I had originally come up with an Excel document that allows us to track client errors, and we send those back to them for education and notification of the changes that we had to implement (modifiers, changing a repeat code to an add-on, etc.) I took that form and modified it to evaluate the amounts of errors that they let slip through. I review one batch a day for each coder. I print it, before they have a chance to review it. The very next morning, I review it and after finding the errors, I go in and see which ones they caught and did not. Then I calculate that percentage daily. Does that make sense?
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