Physicians have long been vocal in their concerns over the ever-growing number of report cards attempting to report on the physician’s quality of care. Many of these reports are of course made available by the insurers. What’s a doc to do?
Following on from last year’s report card on report cards, which was a public report grading many of the public reports out there, we now have the AMA’s National Health Insurer Report Card, which is the AMA’s grade of how well the various insurers do business with the docs. It’s not exactly consumer transparency, but who says the docs don’t need more transparency data for themselves?
You can get the full report here.