A recent study in Health Affairs suggested that physician performance is impacted by publicly reported quality measurements. In a five-year study in Wisconsin, most quality measurements improved after they were publicly reported. Additionally, the quality measures performance exceeded results for surrounding communities, regional areas and even national comparisons. But is public reporting the only way to realize improvements? And do those improvements indicate better communication among the clinical team, resulting in improved provider and patient satisfaction?
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