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Board of Directors Report
• You have been asked by the board of directors for a report that evaluates whether or not to participate in a Pay-4-Performance incentive system. You may choose any type of organization and P4P program (real or hypothetical).
• Include:
o Detailed information on accreditation requirements, utilization and quality metric requirements, and competitive analysis (benchmarking - costs vs. benefits)
o Discussion relating to whether there is real value in participating in a P4P program for a healthcare organization of your choosing. When one considers the costs of accreditation requirements, claims administration/reporting requirements, and inability to directly influence the complexity of the patient population being treated, P4P is most certainly not cost beneficial to every type of healthcare organization.

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3359088/
http://www.healthaffairs.org/healthpolicybriefs/brief.php?brief_id=78

You have been asked by the board of directors for a report that evaluates whether or not to participate in a Pay-4-Performance incentive system. You may choose any type of organization and P4P program (real or hypothetical).

• Include:
o Detailed information on accreditation requirements, utilization and quality metric requirements, and competitive analysis (benchmarking - costs vs. benefits)

Benchmarking is predicated upon integrating a comprehensive policy that is dependent upon the use of continuous quality improvement through benchmarks that are acknowledged when reached. The benchmark is determined through the use of comparisons in which there are different points that are identified with this identification. The ...

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