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    I have few questions regarding the health care service quality.
    - Should healthcare providers be paid (reimbursed) according to the quality of care as an incentive to improve their performance (known as pay for performance)? Explain why or why not (hint: www.ncqa.org)
    - What criteria would you use to rate their performance?
    - Can physicians negatively impact the CQI effects of a healthcare facility?

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    Should healthcare providers be paid (reimbursed) according to the quality of care as incentive to improve their performance (known as pay for performance)? Explain why or why not (hint: www.ncqa.org)

    Pay for performance can be an incentive that improves patient care as the healthcare providers have an incentive to provide better care for patients. This could entice more healthcare organizations to practice measures that ensure that mistakes ...

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    This 255 word solution discusses whether healthcare providers should be paid according to performance and how one could rate performance for that purpose. It also includes a source for reference.

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