Safety net hospitals improved quality with P4P incentives
When offered a financial incentive from the federal government’s three-year P4P incentive demonstration project, mortality rates went down and many quality measures improved closer to the level of their counterpart hospitals treating wealthier patients. The poorer hospitals were able to narrow the gap.
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