How do physicians feel about peer comparison?
Contrary to what you might think, Agathos has found that physicians embrace peer comparison when the data is timely, accurate, and appropriately attributed. In this video, Elspeth Meyers, Customer Success Manager, shares what she has learned on this topic during her interactions with physicians.
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You would think that physicians aren't really excited to see their data in a peer comparison and have their colleagues know exactly how they're practicing, but in a lot of my onboarding sessions, the physicians that I've worked with have told me that after residency, they don't really have a whole lot of opportunity for learning about new practice trends. They do CMEs, but they said that that sometimes isn't always super helpful, and so they really enjoy getting to see their peers' data and really enjoy getting to have the opportunity to have conversations around their everyday practice.