SPOTLIGHT: P4P and doing the right thing


Pay for performance programs assume that physicians should be held accountable for the patient outcomes, and be paid for the right ones. But it's still not clear whether this approach will improve care for all, or change treatment patterns in unexpected ways which prevent doctors from doing the right thing for their patients, suggests physician Richard L. Reece. Article

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