This white paper walks you step-by-step through understanding and identifying the major ways in which technology can support your compensation strategy and reward your organization with optimized return on your physician investment.
Mt. Laurel, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/07/2016 -- Heisenberg II, a revolutionary technology platform automates and simplifies the challenging and arduous task of physician compensation administration. This technology was developed by Hallmark Healthcare Solutions, LLC a healthcare-focused technology company.
Isaac Ullatil, CEO of Hallmark Healthcare Solutions states "There is a compelling need among physician enterprises to more efficiently track and measure the success of their physician compensation plans against organizational goals and objectives. We emphatically believe that physician leaders need to focus more on leading their organizations and less on the administrative components of their position. To that end, new generation applications should alleviate the challenges healthcare leaders face in the administration and management of physician compensation. "
The whitepaper "Administering Physician Compensation in 2016 and Beyond: What You Need to Consider", is the latest addition to the forum for healthcare providers, hospitals & medical groups.
Hospitals and medical groups do not simply acquire or hire physicians and other providers; they invest heavily in them. The complete guide of Heisenberg II whitepaper lets you understand how today's technology supports healthcare provider's compensation strategy more effectively than most hospitals and medical groups realize.
As the complexity of administering physician compensation increases, the time required to manually bridge disparate contract management, payroll, and performance systems mounts, and users struggle to keep pace. This is where compensation management systems—and making the whole process work well—come into their own.
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