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Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2007 Annual Conference

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P4P: Will it Work?

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  • Recent evidence points to modest gains from P4P in terms of provider adherence.
  • Selected Findings:
    • Rosenthal et al. (2006) Relative increase of 3.6 percentage points for cervical cancer screening
    • Levin-Scherz et al. (2006) Relative increase of 2-19 percentage points for diabetes measures
    • Lindenauer et a. (2007) CMS Premier demonstration: Relative increase of 2.6 percentage points for AMI measures; 3.4 points for pneumonia measures; 4.1 points for heart failure measures.
    • Young et al. (2007) Absolute increase of 7 percentage points for diabetes measure (e.g., eye exam)

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