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Payment Policy

How health care providers are paid can directly affect their behavior and how care is delivered to patients. HSC research in this area focuses on the incentives faced by providers and the impact on patients.



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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
Health Plan Pay-for-Performance StrategiesSally Trude, Melanie Au, Jon B. Christianson September 2006
Journal Article
The American Journal of Managed Care
 
Kinder and Gentler: Physicians and Managed Care, 1997-2001Bradley C. Strunk, James D. Reschovsky November 2002
Tracking Report No. 5
 
Losing Ground: Physician Income, 1995-2003Ha T. Tu, Paul B. Ginsburg June 2006
Tracking Report No. 15
 
Paying for Quality: Health Plans Try Carrots Instead of SticksBradley C. Strunk, Robert E. Hurley May 2004
Issue Brief No. 82
 
Paying Hospitals on the Basis of Nursing IntensityPaul B. Ginsburg May 2008
Journal Article
Policy, Politics and Nursing Practice
 
Physician Financial Incentives: Use of Quality Incentives Inches Up, but Productivity Still DominatesJames D. Reschovsky, Jack Hadley January 2007
Issue Brief No. 108
 
Physician Incomes in Rural and Urban AmericaJames D. Reschovsky, Andrea Staiti January 2005
Issue Brief No. 92
 
Physician Reimbursement and Participation in MedicaidPeter J. Cunningham Sept. 23, 2010
Testimony
 
Policy Options to Encourage Patient-Physician Shared Decision MakingAnn S. O'Malley, Emily Carrier, Elizabeth Docteur, Alison C. Shmerling, Eugene C. Rich September 2011
NIHCR Policy Analysis No. 5
 
Primary Care Doctors Who Treat Blacks and WhitesPeter B. Bach, Hoangmai H. Pham, Deborah Schrag, Ramsey C. Tate, J. Lee Hargraves Aug. 5, 2004
Journal Article
New England Journal of Medicine
 
Primary Care Physicians' Links to Other Physicians Through Medicare Patients: The Scope of Care CoordinationHoangmai H. Pham, Ann S. O'Malley, Peter B. Bach, Deborah Schrag Feb. 17, 2009
Journal Article
Annals of Internal Medicine
 
Primary Care Workforce Shortages: Nurse Practitioner Scope-of-Practice Laws and Payment PoliciesTracy Yee, Ellyn R. Boukus, Dori A. Cross, Divya R. Samuel February 2013
NIHCR Research Brief No. 13
 
Private Payer Roles in moving to More Efficient Health SpendingPaul B. Ginsburg March 15, 2007
Book Chapter
 
Provider Payment Incentives and Delivery System ReformPaul B. Ginsburg October 2008
Book Chapter
 
Recalibrating Medicare Payments for Inpatient CarePaul B. Ginsburg Nov. 16, 2006
Journal Article
New England Journal of Medicine
 
Reforming Provider Payment—The Price Side of the EquationPaul B. Ginsburg Oct. 6, 2011
Journal Article
New England Journal of Medicine
 
Revising Medicare's Physician Fee Schedule—Much Activity, Little ChangePaul B. Ginsburg, Robert A. Berenson March 22, 2007
Perspective
New England Journal of Medicine
 
Rising Hospital Employment of Physicians: Better Quality, Higher Costs?Ann S. O'Malley, Amelia M. Bond, Robert A. Berenson August 2011
Issue Brief No. 136
 
When the Price Isn't Right: How Inadvertent Payment Incentives Drive Medical CarePaul B. Ginsburg, Joy M. Grossman Aug. 9, 2005
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Wide Variation in Hospital and Physician Payment Rates Evidence of Provider Market PowerPaul B. Ginsburg November 2010
HSC Research Brief No. 16
 
       

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