SPOTLIGHT: Pay-for-performance doesn't help U.K. diabetics

Here in the U.S., health plans and employers seem fairly happy with the results of many pay-for-performance programs. But in the U.K., it seems that P4P programs didn't do much to help diabetics--and that these incentives might actually have led to cutbacks in care for some diabetic patients, a study suggests. Article

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