Annual Evaluations

October is when we do our annual provider evaluations. I’m using the same format this year as last, a personal inventory done by each provider as well as three others – support nurse/medical assistant, clinic manager and referral coordinator/radiologist/care manager. This is complemented by assessments of billing/documentation, quality and productivity data and overall assessments by management.

I guess, in a way, I wrote the provider self assessment as a yardstick for myself. It’s hard sometimes in today’s detail driven healthcare environment to remain focused on what it means to be a doctor.

I’m sharing it here for anyone who is interested. Just to mention, only one of my providers gave himself/herself a “10” on every question, and it wasn’t me…


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