LUTZ BUSINESS INSIGHTS
benchmarking for medical practices
“Our life begins and ends with measurement. What was the baby’s length and weight at birth? How old was the man when he passed away? At every step in our life we are measured against something or someone.
If a pediatric patient’s weight is off the age-height-weight scale at his preventive visit, the patient’s parents are counseled in an attempt to bring the child to a healthy weight. If an HbA1c result is high compared to norms, the diabetic patient’s medications and diet are more closely managed.
As a physician, you are responsible for monitoring not just the health of your patients but also the health of the clinic, practice or facility in which you work. You may also be responsible for mentoring peers or managing other physicians.”
Read the full article on page 17 of the Physicians Bulletin, a publication of the Metro Omaha Medical Society.
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