Tie competency process to performance appraisals

February 2007
Same-Day Surgery;Feb2007, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p25
Academic Journal
Many outpatient surgery managers are looking for ways to improve the effectiveness of their competency assessment programs. • Link the competency assessment process to the performance appraisal process to emphasize the importance. • Address requirements of accreditation and regulatory organizations. • Evaluate specific needs of your facility. • Re-evaluate competency program on an annual basis to make sure that competencies are still current with accreditation, training, and regulatory requirements.


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