Interesting editorial in Modern Healthcare on the need to lower the volume on quality reporting, stating a common understanding of what’s important to measure would go a long way toward limiting the administrative burden on reporting organizations. According to a recent survey in Health Affairs of physician practices that are members of the Medical Group Management Association, practice staff spent an average of 15.1 hours per week for every employed physician collecting and reporting various measures.
Editorial Calls For Lowering the Volume on Quality Reporting
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