Blog: Doctor production gone wrong

Blog: Doctor production gone wrong

Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board member Dr. Andrew Rollo explains how 100 percent production compensation can equal 100 percent failure.
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Sep 01, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

While the production model is supposed to encourage doctors to take on challenges and go beyond the call of duty, Dr. Andrew Rollo worries that greed and pettiness can ruin the working environment and harbor ill will.

Click here to read what Dr. Rollo thinks should motivate doctors instead.

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