Work Relative Value Units with the added element of bonuses based on patient satisfaction and other quality measures top the list of models being explored.
What does WRVU stand for?
WRVU stands for Work Relative Value Unit (health care industry)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
This article briefly describes the upcoming Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) five-year physician work relative value unit (Work RVU) update process and the opportunity for companies to partner with physicians and other stakeholders to positively impact physician payments.
CMS also would increase the work relative value units for new and established office visits, increase the work values for initial hospital and initial nursing facility visits, and incorporate the increased use of these visits into practice expense and malpractice relative value unit calculations.
The work relative value units (RVUs) earned by different subspecialties in academic radiology may differ by a large magnitude, according to data supplied by the Association of Administrators in Academic Radiology.
Common productivity measures include: * Billed charges * Ambulatory encounters * Work relative value units To standardize productivity, you should multiply your productivity measure by 100 and then divide this product by the percent of time the individual is involved in billable clinical activity.