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Does performance-based remuneration for individual health care practitioners affect patient care?: a systematic review.
BACKGROUND: Pay-for-performance (P4P) is increasingly touted as a means to improve health care quality.
PURPOSE: To evaluate the effect of P4P remuneration targeting individual health careproviders.
Publication Type: Journal Articles
Year of Publication: 2012
Topics: Healthcare Services
Authors: Sherilyn Houle, Finlay McAlister, Cynthia Jackevicius, Anderson Chuck, Ross Tsuyuki
ISSN (online): 1539-3704
Journal Title: Annals Of Internal Medicine