Kirchheimer, Barbara
April 2008
Modern Healthcare;4/21/2008, Vol. 38 Issue 16, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the results of the Commonwealth Fund/Modern Healthcare Opinion Leaders Survey. A vast majority of surveyed healthcare leaders say healthcare quality and efficiency will improve only with fundamental change. In the survey, 84% of respondents supported or strongly supported providing supplemental payments to primary-care physicians-on top of fee-for-service payments-for delivering comprehensive, coordinated and accessible care.


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