In 2008, The Joint Commission (JC) implemented a standard mandating clearly defined quality improvement metrics to be factored into the evaluation of medical practitioners’ professional performance as part of the process of granting and maintaining medical staff privileges in a hospital. Specifically, there are two processes for a credentialed medical staff member to go through: Ongoing Professional Practice Evaluation (OPPE) and Focused Professional Practice Evaluation (FPPE). This is an unfamiliar area to many of our medical physicists. The process of implementing Professional Practice Evaluation (PPE) into clinical practice is rather complex. It requires a considerable amount of work and collaboration. The quality metrics are typically different for physicists than physicians, and are specialty specific (therapy physicists vs. imaging physicists). However, in the future, some clinical medical physicists will likely be involved in this process for quality improvement. This presentation will provide an update to clinical medical physicists regarding OPPE and FPPE as well as discuss how to implement PPE in medical physics practice.