Measuring Outcomes: Lessons From the World of Public Education.

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The quality and efficiency of American health care are increasingly measured using clinical and financial data with a goal of improving clinical practice. Proponents believe such efforts can improve outcomes, motivate clinicians, and inform the public about quality. Detractors point to problems with the accuracy of these measures and the risk of creating… (More)
DOI: 10.1370/afm.1995

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