Reform could lead to big patient care, safety improvements

04/19/2010 | American Medical News (subscription required)

Experts say health reform could affect how patient care is delivered by using financial bonuses and penalties for physicians and hospitals to improve coordination and safety. The new law also will require a higher level of public reporting on quality measures that could speed up implementation of quality care measures.

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