Mapleton Family Medicine Case Study

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Mapleton Family Medicine can be closely compared to countless other family medicine facilities throughout the US, a small family practice establishment struggling to keep up with providing fast but efficient care within a small city. With wanting to raise productivity without hindering patient care, the owners have hypothesized an incentive system plan to move the establishment in the right direction. However, will the plan actually be effective in accomplishing these goals? Based upon the case questions within the experiential exercise, I will work to answer any problems addressed, giving away to a better understanding of the possible obstacles within the development of their incentive system plan. Developing a reputable compensation plan for a medical facility can bring a lot benefits when properly developed. Although the Mapleton Family Medicine has presented nearly an excellent incentive system plan, there are still things that should be considered. 1. Patience: Benefits such as added compensations can actually be extremely complex, requiring a certain degree of legal precautions; therefore, shouldn’t be rushed. The plan should develop over time, allowing appropriate factors to be researched and determined. Take an appropriate amount of time for progression into well …show more content…

Of course, to the owners their proposed system seems undemanding and effortlessly achievable; however, there may be one or more workers that deem the new plan unfair and difficult to sustain. There may also be workers that feel disregarded and believes that everyone should be including in the decision-making process. The last thing you want to add to your list of problems is a group of disgruntle, unappreciated workers; therefore, I encourage the owners to allow all parties to participate in developmental framework of the incentive

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