Compensation increasingly based on quality of care
John Commins, for HealthLeaders Media, September 1, 2013
Primary care physicians have 3% of their total compensation based on quality measures, but doctors will increasingly be tied to these metrics as reimbursement aligns more closely with quality and cost measures, Medical Group Management Association data suggests.
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