|Title:||The Unfulfilled Promise of Pay-for-Performance Policies in Health Care|
|Authors:||Soumerai, Stephen B.|
Menzies Centre for Health Policy and Centre of Research Excellence in Medicines and Ageing
|Abstract:||The presentation will also demonstrate how a pervasive bias can undermine the results of poorly designed studies of pay-for performance programs, published in even the world’s leading medical journals. It will also point to strong observational study designs, randomised trials and systematic reviews of the total body of evidence to find more trustworthy conclusions on the efficacy of pay-for-performance.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Menzies Centre for Health Policy and Centre of Research Excellence in Medicines and Ageing|
|Type of Work:||Recording, oral|
|Appears in Collections:||Event recordings and presentations, Menzies Centre for Health Policy.|
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