It could be a particular online website for reviews, a list of doctor's strength and weaknesses during some kind of an assessment, and or anything that can give consumers a greater capacity in gauging the quality of the work their doctors have done on them.
Quality can be monitored by clinical decision support (CDS) modules. Most CDS logic is implemented inside a software used by clinicians. Patient facing CDS is included in some personal heatlh record (PHR) platforms. (e.g., reminders to get vaccination). See https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25243350
So you might try to have a computer logic check your past health record and provide reminders and generated comments. (a machine-based second opinion) but not super comprehensive. But in future, more patient facing CDS is coming.
For dental care, there is much fewer CDS modules.