P4P: Participation now may pay off later

By Jennie McKee

Meeting quality indicators may eventually affect your financial success

How do you feel about pay-for-performance (P4P)? Regardless of your answer, it’s very important that you realize the growing influence of P4P and understand what P4P may require of you in the future.

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