Disclosure Of Physician Incentives: Do Practices Satisfy Purposes?

Hall, Mark A.; Kidd, Kristin E.; Dugan, Elizabeth
July 2000
Health Affairs;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p156
Academic Journal
Describes health plans' disclosure practices and evaluates their adequacy and likely impact. Alteration of the form and content of disclosure due to the different reasons for disclosure; Recommendation to layer and stage disclosure so that people have as much information as they want, when they need it.


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