36 Guidelines to Evaluate a Practice Manager

November 10, 2020
George Conomikes

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Richard G. Scoby

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Logan Lutton
Logan Lutton

Associate Editor, Medical Economics and Physician's Practice

Knowing how to evaluate a practice manager is vital to your success. Here are 36 specific guidelines that can be used.

The following guidelines relate to performance goals for the practice manager that helps promote a well-run medical practice.

One purpose of this review is to note areas where performance goals are being met. The second purpose is to address areas where performance goals are not being met. In this latter case, corrective actions should be sought, and timetables established, for meeting the stated goals.

The rating scale to be employed is: 1. Performance is better than goals; 2. Meeting goals; 3. Not meeting goals

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