Of the physicians willing to participate, Pay-for-Performance
was the most preferred arrangement.
Effect of Physician-Specific Pay-for-Performance
Incentives in a Large Group Practice.
The company has entered into the pay-for-performance
model agreement with Regional Women Health Group and the individual physician.
For example, a randomized trial of a quality improvement initiative of the effect of pay-for-performance
incentives on measurable outputs in small medical practices with electronic health records found statistically insignificant differences in improvement in rates of appropriate antithrombotic prescription, blood pressure control, and smoking cessation interventions.
and the Millennium Development Goals.
Rent.com offers a pay-for-performance
rental advertising solution for property managers representing 50 + units per building.
Ryan's results demonstrate that this hospital-based pay-for-performance
program had only a minimal impact on access to care for racial and ethnic minority Medicare beneficiaries.
Over my government career, I have seen repeatedly where industry "best practices" have been adopted by the government, the latest being the pay-for-performance
Recently, public employers have attempted to change the culture by superimposing a pay-for-performance
system on the existing culture.
plans, in which doctors, hospitals and other providers receive more money if they meet certain goals, are seen as a way of boosting health quality.
Examine why some think pay-for-performance
programs need significant restructuring before they can make an impact and improve health care.