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Pay-for-Performance: Implications for Patient Safety, May 2013
Harvard internist Dr. Jha is a national leader in policy issues related to safety and quality.
with commentary by Peter K. Lindenauer, MD, MSc, Pay-for-Performance: Implications for Patient Safety, May 2013
This piece discusses efforts to promote the business case for safety and quality in health care.
The Business Case for Improving Safety, May 2009
The Business Case for Improving Safety
with commentary by James M. Naessens, ScD, Not Paying for Errors: A Policy Perspective, October 2008
Interest is growing in the use of existing data sources to identify opportunities to improve the delivery and safety of medical care, to measure and compare quality and patient safety, and even to change provider incentives through pay for performance initiatives.
with commentary by John L. Haughom, MD, The Board's Role in Patient Safety, July-August 2007
In recent years, the case for improving the quality and safety of care has become irrefutable. Over the next few years, failure to act will likely have far-reaching consequences for hospitals and health systems including loss of market share, increased liability, a demoralized workforce, and a sharp rise in fear and distrust among patients who lack confidence in the ability of their provider to deliver safe care...