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- P4P can lead to gains in clinical quality, but the magnitude of the gains may be quite modest and time-limited, particularly without substantial improvements in provider infrastructure for quality measurement and improvement.
- Physicians do appear comfortable with P4P as a concept, but have certain concerns with the way P4P programs have been designed and implemented.
- Program sponsors face many daunting challenges in designing and implementing programs.
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