Quint Studer, founder of outcomes-based healthcare consulting firm Studer Group, says about 10 percent of physicians in the United States are already working in value-based arrangements or have income tied to performance measures. Working in a pay-for-performance model means physicians need meaningful, real-time performance data on a regular basis.
In this article, written by Molly Gamble, Quint shares four steps to implementing a physician performance feedback dashboard. He also shares the below six tips.
1. Begin the transition sooner than later.
2. Use individual feedback to drive broader goals.
3. Sometimes, less really is more.
4. Work with physicians to reduce resistance.
5. Establish both common and personalized measures.
6. Move away from the "rear-view mirror approach."
Quint goes into great detail and provides specific examples for each tip in the full article: http://beckershospitalreview.com/hospital-management-administration/stop-the-noise-how-hospitals-can-provide-physicians-with-meaningful-feedback.html.