Research finds Medicare's VBP program incentives are too low

08/12/2014 | HealthLeaders Media

Research from Weill Cornell Medical College found hospital quality of care did not improve much nine months into Medicare's value-based purchasing initiative because incentives were too low. Dr. Richard Bankowitz of Premier, which created a demonstration project that served as a model for the VBP program, criticized the design of the study and said it is too soon to determine success.

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