Bonus bucks in medicine
San Diego Union-Tribune, February 27, 2008
Some hospitals report lower infection rates and higher incidents of life-saving procedures for heart attack victims, but a new report from PriceWaterhouseCoopers shows that care evaluations and bonus payments varied greatly, meaning that for some hospitals, the cost of participating in pay-for-performance programs is more than the actual payments it receives from the government.
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