Job Descriptions and Performance Appraisals - Who Needs 'Em?! (Part IV) Print
Written by M. Alexandra Johnson, FACHE and Wilma N. Torres, CPC   
Sunday, 12 August 2012 00:00

This is Part IV of our four-part series on job descriptions and performance evaluations, two tools that are underestimated in the operation of any department or business. Last week, we discussed that the two are inter-related. We suggested using the essential functions from the job description to create the performance eval document, and assign a rating scale to each task. Today, we will wrap up our conversation and show you an example of a performance evaluation.

Click HERE to read the entire Blog post.

About the authors: M. Alexandra Johnson, FACHE and Wilma N. Torres, CPC are principals at Coleman Consulting Group. The firm's services include:

· Risk Adjusted Reimbursement (MRA) 
· Coding & Billing 
· ICD-10-CM Consulting & Training 
· EMR/Meaningful Use Attestation 
· Credentialing & Contracting

For additional information about the firm or to request a complimentary no-obligation consultation, please call 954.578.3331 or email

Last Updated on Friday, 31 August 2012 08:02