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Master physician performance reviews
Short of terminating a physician’s employment, appraising a physician’s performance is often the responsibility that administrative and medical staff leaders hate most. For many physicians, the phrase “performance appraisals” stirs up an unsavory image of managers sitting behind large desks wagging their fingers. For the employer, performance appraisals create opportunities for physicians to become angry, and some managers have not acquired conflict management skills. However, when done well, a performance appraisal is an effective tool that facilitates the physicians’ and the organization’s success.
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