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Attempts to align financial incentives of purchasers, payers and providers with provider performance on clinical process and outcome measures encourage

February 16, 2015

  1. underutilization.
  2. community backlash.
  3. overutilization.
  4. reengineering.

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CPHQ Tutor February 16, 2015 at 12:11 pm

This question is quite straightforward. Aligning incentives with process and outcome measures is a good thing. Therefore, you would expect that processes will be improved as a result of this change. One way to improve processes is to reengineer. Hence, our answer to this question is D.

All the other answer options (A, B, C) suggest that aligning incentives with process and outcome measures may be undesirable. We do not believe that this change, on the whole, will lead to such undesirable consequences.

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