Report IDs payment model features key to slowing health care spending

11/3/2013 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

A Robert Wood Johnson Foundation report appearing in the journal Medical Economics identified five critical characteristics of any new payment models created to slow the growth of health care spending. The report, which gathered insights from a panel of 18 physicians, noted the importance of health IT, appropriate financial incentives, medical education and training about cost data, evidence-based payment systems, and increased consumer engagement.

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