Learn how to challenge flawed ratings, tiers
Often, say critics, the criteria on which the ratings are based are not disclosed to physicians in advance—when they could make changes to their practice. Moreover, many providers and consultants say the ratings are often incorrect, or at least imprecise. They also say the ratings may have more to do with cost than quality.
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