First of Its Kind

This survey is the first of its kind, focusing exclusively on non-productivity measures and serving as a comprehensive source of data on emerging performance measures and incentive design practices. We take a complicated array of clinical quality, patient experience, outcomes, process, citizenship and service line specific measures and categorize them based on market utilization and application in a clinical setting.


Survey Highlights

  • Detailed examination of performance incentive structure and quality incentive plan design, reported by specialty
  • Comprehensive reporting of quality incentive metrics including the following measures: clinical process, patient experience, outcomes, citizenship, service-line, access, efficiency, and financial
  • Focus on MACRA measures and high prevalence measures from HEDIS and Five-Star Quality Rating System
  • Analysis of governance structures and internal processes in place to examine each measure
  • Individual quality measures collected and reported by specialty and frequency of use
  • Other data provided by specialty: incentive award amounts including bonus compensation, pay-at-risk, and quality incentives as a percentage of total cash compensation

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Gaining access to the right data is paramount. SullivanCotter’s proprietary survey data provides the intelligence and insights you’ll need to confidently navigate the compensation journey and make highly-informed decisions.

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2017 Survey Costs:


  • 2017 Survey Participants: $525
  • Health Care Non-Participants (organizations directly involved in the delivery of care): $3,000

Questions?

If you have any questions about the survey, please contact our Survey Team by phone at 888.739.7039 or by email at surveys@sullivancotter.com.

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