Pay-for-Performance: What Physician Practices Need to Consider

Nov. 7, 2009

Pay-for-Performance initiatives arent newbut a growing number of health plans are beginning to pay physicians in accordance with how well they meet establish quality standards. Getting Rewards for Your Results is downloadable from Family Practice Management, at the American Academy of Family Physicians Web site. Written by four MDs, the article offers a good, overall perspective of P4P programs with special attention to the questions of how the health plan collects its performance data and how it sets its performance standards.

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