Mar 272011
 

Efficient private systems like Geisinger and Kaiser outperform academic institutions on accepted measures of quality . Dhalla & Detsky say that's because academic docs aren't trying, because thanks to misguided incentives, their careers suffer if they do. They encourage hospitals and payers to take the lead to reward quality improvement, since universities are unlikely to. JAMA 2011;305:932-933.

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Why academic care isn’t the best care