Category Archives: Performance Management

The FQHC HR Department – Good Cop or Bad Cop?

Of all the functions in an FQHC, human resources seems to be the one that has a “personality,” frequently reflecting its leader, and that is very rarely a good thing.  Every function should have a clear mission in support of the mission of … Continue reading

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Compensation Pre-Resolution Thoughts

The impending New Year brings the opportunity to start anew, always with the assumption that we are moving on to bigger and better things. Resolutions have to be made on an existing solid foundation, however, or they will end up … Continue reading

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How Much Provider Productivity Does Your Phone System Cost You?

While this is known primarily as a human resources focused blog, we frequently reach out into other areas of FQHC operations when they have an impact on what we do.  Right now, the biggest hot button we see is in … Continue reading

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Merces Launches FQHC Provider Productivity & Compensation Survey

Merces Consulting Group, Inc. (Merces) is conducting a survey of medical, dental and behavioral health provider compensation and productivity in the Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) environment.  This unique study will be the first of its kind to explore expected … Continue reading

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Instead of Googling “How To Attract Millennials,” Why Don’t You Just Ask Us?

Originally posted on The Compensation Times:
I was born in 1991. I had my first cell phone in middle school, my first email address when I was probably 10. And yes, I was given the much derided participation trophies and…

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