Aligning Incentives in Medicare (Pathways to Quality Health Care Series) (2007)
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Committee on Redesigning Health Insurance Performance Measures, Payment, and Performance Improvement Programs
The third installment in the Pathways to Quality Health Care series, Rewarding Provider Performance: Aligning Incentives in Medicare, continues to address the timely topic of the quality of health care in America. Each volume in the series effectively evaluates specific policy approaches within the context of improving the current operational framework of the health care system. The theme of this particular book is the staged introduction of pay for performance into Medicare. Pay for performance is a strategy that financially rewards health care providers for delivering high-quality care. Building on the findings and recommendations described in the two companion editions, Performance Measurement and Medicare's Quality Improvement Organization Program, this book offers options for implementing payment incentives to provide better value for America s health care investments.
This book features conclusions and recommendations that will be useful to all stakeholders concerned with improving the quality and performance of the nation s health care system in both the public and private sectors.
Joseph P. Newhouse, Alan M. Garber, Robin P. Graham, Margaret A. McCoy, Michelle Mancher, and Ashna Kibria, Editors; Committee on Geographic Variation in Health Care Spending and Promotion of High-Value Care; Board on Health Care Services; Institute of Me
Joseph P. Newhouse, Alan Garber, and Robin P. Graham, Editors; Committee on Geographic Variation in Health Care Spending and Promotion of High-Value Care; Board on Health Care Services; Institute of Medicine