Drive for Quality Takes Center Stage

Reporting, accountability can make a difference in payments

Terry Stanton

In the popular sense, quality is a somewhat subjective concept, which can be described and valued but not so easily measured. In medicine, however, quality has become a quantity, measured in processes and outcomes and geared not only to targets and mandates but also, increasingly, to physician payments.

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