Tuesday, October 21, 2008

P4P leads to increased smoking cessation program referrals

A recent article in the Archives of Internal Medicine found that P4P "bonuses" lead to increased referrals in some practices. Not surprisingly,referrals from practices that had a history of proactive referrals, did not vary significantly between controls and participants.

P4P helps practices with limited resources increase proactive activities. SV


Archives of Internal Medicine

1 comment:

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