Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute (HCI3) released its State Report Card on Transparency of Physician Quality Information, assigning grades to states for providing information to consumers on the quality of physician care. The report noted that even in states that have fully implemented all-payer claims databases, the use of those data seems confined to providing pricing information, not quality information.
HCI3 Releases State Report Card on Transparency of Physician Quality Information
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