Dr. Manning continued, “With this program in particular, and I think this is pretty widespread, quality has become synonymous with efficiency, and that’s not necessarily the case, for obvious reasons.”
Explore This IssueNovember 2015
Thomas Collins is a freelance medical writer based in Florida.
- The new Merit-Based Incentive Payment System can either add revenue to or prove costly for physicians.
- Paying a flat fee for a medical package may be financially beneficial for patients with high deductibles and those without insurance.
- Providing “episodes of care” could see physicians unfairly penalized.
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