Tag Archive: P4P

by corasharma | September 23, 2013

Data-Driven Patient Outreach: Financially Efficient or Morally Compromised?

I recently spoke with a clinical analytics vendor about one of their provider customer’s bizarre decisions – to no longer […]

by John Moore | September 01, 2011

EHRs Deliver the Goods, or at Least the Quality

There have been a number of research studies published that question the value of Electronic Health Records (EHRs), particularly as […]

by John Moore | September 26, 2008

EmTech Session on EMRs

If you have read previous posts this week, you know that I was attending MIT’s EmTech conference. Event is a […]

by John Moore | August 06, 2008

The Rebranding of P4P

Last year I attended the Healthcare Quality and P4P (Pay for Performance) conference put on by the World Health Congress. […]

by John Moore | July 10, 2008

Solving HIT Adoption Conundrum? Simple – “Show Me the Money”

There is a bit of a Catch-22 going on with regards to the future of PHR adoption by consumers, which […]

by John Moore | June 30, 2008

P4P, Change & Vested Interests

Matthew Holt provides some interesting, and spot-on commentary regarding last weekend’s article in the New York Times on the misuse […]

by John Moore | November 27, 2007

Medicare Lays Out P4P Plans

Yesterday, Medicare released its 104 page proposal for moving to a partial pay for performance (P4P) model.  The Wall Street […]

by John Moore | October 30, 2007

P4P, Transparency and the NY Attorney General

Earlier this summer, the New York Attorney General took on the major healthcare insurers, Aetna, Cigna, United Health and WellPoint’s […]

by John Moore | September 27, 2007

AHRQ’s Conference – Interesting Yet Puzzling

Down in Washington DC for the next couple of days attending the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) conference. […]

by John Moore | September 25, 2007

athenahealth Makes a Splash

On Sept 20th, athenahealth (ATHN) went public on the NASDAQ becoming the most successful IPO to date in 2007. Coming […]

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