Physician quality report cards: Most states receive a grade of F

Most states have dismal records for the information they provide to consumers on the quality of healthcare that physicians provide, according to the latest report card from the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute. Forty-three states received failing grades and only three scraped by with a C. California, Washington and Minnesota stood at the top of the list with As, and Maine earned the lone B. Read the full report at FiercePracticeManagement


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