How to Motivate Clinical Staff for Value-Based Purchasing

Financial penalties and rewards don't motivate clinical staff to adhere to value-based purchasing, say CFOs. Instead, nurses seek to do the right thing for patients—which adds up to the right thing for the bottom line.

1 comments on "How to Motivate Clinical Staff for Value-Based Purchasing"
mparker7198 (9/28/2011 at 4:04 PM)

How interesting that the key point for employees to take action is "It's the right thing to do." That's the same thing that came out in the hand hygiene study: healthcare providers couldn't be bothered to wash their hands to keep themselves healthy, but stressing the fact it was the right thing to do to keep their patients healthy[INVALID]-well, that was sufficient motivation. Who'd have thought?


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