Employees experience a day in the life of the Musculoskeletal Center

Employees experience a day in the life of the Musculoskeletal Center

It looked like a typical afternoon on a nursing unit: A patient recently out of surgery was complaining of nausea, so Physician Assistant John Roney did a quick exam, then explained that anesthesia can sometimes be the cause. Dannielle Stone, RN, gave the patient anti-nausea medication, and she and Leslie Tanyu, RN, explained to the patient and his wife how it would work.

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PIP first quarter results indicate a positive start to the year

PIP first quarter results indicate a positive start to the year

Performance Incentive Plan (PIP) results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2014, which ended Dec. 31, 2013, indicate a strong start for the year in several areas.

If PIP were paid today, eligible employees would receive a payout of up to 2.4 percent of their salary. If all goals are achieved at maximum, the potential PIP maximum payout is 3 percent of salary. This year, PIP results are measured in four hospital-wide areas of performance: patient safety and quality, patient experience, employee engagement and financial performance.

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