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Margaret K. Davis
University of Minnesota
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#1Steven J. BorowskyH-Index: 14
#2Margaret K. DavisH-Index: 3
Last.Nicole LurieH-Index: 50
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Participants.\p= m-\One hundred physicians in each of 3 health plans. Each physician rated 1 health plan. Measures.\p=m-\L ikert-type items that assessed health plan practices that promote or impede delivery of high-quality care. Results.\p=m-\A total of 249 physicians (84%) completed the survey. Fewer than 20% of all physicians gave plans the highest rating (excellent or strongly agree) for health plan practices that promote delivery of high-quality care (such as providing continuing medical ed...
#1Maureen A. SmithH-Index: 31
#2Margaret E. BrownH-Index: 4
Last.Nicole LurieH-Index: 50
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Many strategies are commonly used to influence physician behavior in managed care organizations. This review examines the effectiveness of three mechanisms to influence physician behavior: financial incentives directed at providers or patients, policies/procedures for managing care, and the selection/education of both providers and patients. We reach three conclusions. First, all health care systems use financial incentives, but these mechanisms are shifting away from financial incentives direct...
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#1Maureen A. Smith (UW: University of Wisconsin-Madison)H-Index: 31
#2Margaret E. Brown (UMN: University of Minnesota)H-Index: 4
Last.Nicole Lurie (HHS: United States Department of Health and Human Services)H-Index: 50
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Physicians provide one source of information about the quality of care in health plans, but concerns exist that physicians cannot distinguish quality from financial considerations or other underlying attitudes. We examined whether physicians can (a) distinguish different domains of health plan quality and (b) distinguish health plan quality from their under-lying attitudes. We analyzed data on 419 generalist physicians from four health plans. Three scales assessed physicians’ perceptions of faci...
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#1Steven J. BorowskyH-Index: 14
#2Margaret K. DavisH-Index: 3
Last.Nicole LurieH-Index: 50
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Last.Nicole LurieH-Index: 50
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#1Steven J. BorowskyH-Index: 14
#2Margaret K. DavisH-Index: 3
Last.Nicole LurieH-Index: 50
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Context. —The health care market is demanding increasing amounts of information regarding quality of care in health plans. Physicians are a potentially important but infrequently used source of such information. Objective. —To assess physicians' views on health plan practices that promote or impede delivery of high-quality care in health plans and to compare ratings between plans. Setting. —Minneapolis-St Paul, Minn. Participants. —One hundred physicians in each of 3 health plans. Each physician...
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