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How do you get your Faculty to complete their resident evalutions in a timely fashion?
Apr 20, 2016
IM Residency Program
Our institution uses New Innovations campus-wide, and we do not have the option of "not" using it. Our Department Chairman has instituted a bonus (money) system. Basically, if Faculty fill out their assigned evals, they get a bonus.
Apr 29, 2016
I have a calendar reminder sent to notify me to check 10 days after delivery and I keep track of the incomplete ones on that date and when they are complete after the deadline. I then compile a report for the education vice chair for annual reviews. I have much better compliance now that I send reminders when I check to see what's still outstanding as opposed to just leaving it up to the docs to remember. It's a little on the micromanaging side BUT the evals are so crucial to the CCC committee that I don't mind the extra effort.
Apr 23, 2016
Tiered evaluations (in MedHub) have really helped with compliance. Faculty have two weeks to complete an evaluation before it is sent to the Tier leader; after two weeks they are locked out. The Tier leader then aggregates the evaluations and submits one evaluation from the section.
Apr 25, 2016
I email out the evaluations and follow up with the faculty routinely. I put reminders on my outlook and that has really helped. We stopped using New Innovations because faculty weren't filling them out. Once we simplified our evaluations and made them more meaningful - we haven't improved our response rate immensely. We are also piloting a new app where faculty will be able to fill out a simple evaluation on their smart phone.
Apr 26, 2016
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