Systematic review: Effects, design choices, and context of pay-for-performance in health care

@inproceedings{Herck2010SystematicRE,
  title={Systematic review: Effects, design choices, and context of pay-for-performance in health care},
  author={Pieter Van Herck and D Delphine De Smedt and Lieven Annemans and Roy Remmen and Meredith B Rosenthal and Walter Sermeus},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Pay-for-performance (P4P) is one of the primary tools used to support healthcare delivery reform. Substantial heterogeneity exists in the development and implementation of P4P in health care and its effects. This paper summarizes evidence, obtained from studies published between January 1990 and July 2009, concerning P4P effects, as well as evidence on the impact of design choices and contextual mediators on these effects. Effect domains include clinical effectiveness, access and… CONTINUE READING
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