Ask the following questions:
The culture is your practice's personality, reflecting assumptions, values, and norms that are shared by everyone in the practice. It influences the way people in the practice interact with one another and with patients and others outside the practice.
This step involves developing a detailed organizational chart that spells out the hierarchy in your practice.
This is especially important if your baseline survey revealed that many staff members don't have a clear picture of your practice's culture and hierarchy or how their position should function effectively within your practice.
Don't let your organizational chart, culture policy, and responsibility and accountability lists gather dust. Take a closer look at whether your day-to-day practice actually aligns with these policies.
Outcome: A structured, well-defined work environment in which roles and goals are documented
Time to Complete: Two to six months
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Create & Refine a Policy for Organizational Structure