(DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING, Pat Kroken) -- This article is the last in a series addressing the challenge of implementing a productivity-based compensation model in a radiology practice. To put this installment in perspective, it might be important to review that information since the final phase probably represents the least politically charged or disruptive. It discusses the assumptions and results of implementing a specific approach to rewarding high-productivity physicians. Assuming our hypothetical radiology practice reached consensus regarding a baseline compensation package, what would be the financial implications to physicians in the group? We begin with a practice profile. Volumes have been developed as illustration only (so don’t seek a definitive correlation between the number of cases and RVUs per physician).
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