Does process quality really curb the cost of healthcare?  by Dimitrios Andritsos

More and more governments are tightening the purse strings and have begun linking the reimbursement of healthcare services to performance, as measured by hospitals' adherence to medical guidelines. But does this improve efficiency? An empirical study of treatment of cardiac conditions reveals the true impact of process-quality programs.

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