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eview inking payment to health outcomes : A taxonomy and examination of erformance-based reimbursement schemes between healthcare ayers and manufacturers osh

@inproceedings{Carlsona2010eviewIP,
  title={eview inking payment to health outcomes : A taxonomy and examination of erformance-based reimbursement schemes between healthcare ayers and manufacturers osh},
  author={J. Carlsona and Sean D. Sullivana and Louis P. Garrisona and J. Neumannb and David L. Veenstraa},
  year={2010}
}
  • J. Carlsona, Sean D. Sullivana, +2 authors David L. Veenstraa
  • Published 2010
  • Objective: To identify, categorize and examine performance-based health outcomes reimbursement schemes for medical technology. Methods: We performed a review of performance-based health outcomes reimbursement schemes over the past 10 years (7/98–010/09) using publicly available databases, web and grey literature searches, and input from healthcare reimbursement experts. We developed a taxonomy of scheme types by inductively organizing the schemes identified according to the timing, execution… CONTINUE READING

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