Developing an RVU-Based Performance Appraisal Tool
Monday, February 21, 2022, 3-4:30 pm
Toby Edwards, MHA, CRA, RT(R), Imaging Services Manager, Winter Haven Hospital
What if you could distill every employee’s annual performance down to one number? A number that could accurately account for work production and accountability characteristics such as attitude, behavior and teamwork? The Imaging Synchronicity Tool (IST), developed by the Imaging Leadership Team at Winter Haven Hospital in Winter Haven, Florida, synchronizes an employee’s individual work performance with their individual merit percentage through a system of RVU-based algorithms.
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