Paying Physicians More to Do Less: Financial Incentives to Limit Care
University of Richmond Law Review. 1996 Jan; 30(1): 155-197.
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Hemenway, David; Killen, Alice; Cashman, Suzanne B.; Parks, Cindy Lou; Bicknell, William J. (1990-04-12)Practice patterns of physicians employed by a chain of for-profit, walk-in ambulatory care centers were studied over the period of a year to determine physician responses to monetary incentives. The number of patient visits ...