Paying for better health care outcomes might not make much of a difference

By Lewis Krauskopf
March 30, 2012

Would hospitals and health care providers really do a better job if they were paid based on outcomes? A recent push from the federal government and the business community alludes that pay for performance initiatives is an effective health care strategy, but a new study out shows that based on actual outcomes, it is not.

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