Patient experience measures have increasingly been used in determining physician compensation. Ideally, linking physician compensation to patient experience incents care that is timely, understandable, coordinated, and patient-centered. However, physicians express concern that patient experience-based compensation is a cause of stress and burnout; draws attention away from high-value preventive or chronic care; and incents low value care, like inappropriate antibiotic and opioid prescribing. The relationship between patient experience-based compensation and clinical quality is poorly understood
|Effective start/end date||7/1/20 → 6/30/21|
- Society of General Internal Medicine (Letter 2/24/20)
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