Physician rating systems under fire, could affect revenue
A positive rating could bring more patients to a physician practice and provide bargaining power when negotiating a managed care contract, but a neutral or negative rating could have the opposite effect. That would be bad enough when the less-than-stellar ratings are earned, but it is unacceptable if those ratings are based on flawed information.
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