Provider compensation model not working? Here’s how to fix it.


    There is no such thing as a perfect provider compensation model. But adhering to these universal best practices increases the chance of successfully developing a new provider compensation model that works for both clinicians and the organization.

    The truth of provider compensation is this: if you’ve seen one provider compensation model, you’ve seen one provider compensation model. That is because an organization’s compensation model is fundamentally determined by local forces.

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