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Minnesota Medical Association Turns the Tables, Ranks Insurers' P4P Programs

Turnabout is fair play, at least idiomatically speaking:

In their most confrontational move yet, the [Minnesota Medical A]ssociation turned the tables on insurers by ranking nine of the so-called pay-for-performance programs. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services ranked at the top while Bridges to Excellence, a program used by large, self-insured employers, was at the bottom.

Link to the full article here. One wonders if the Minnesota Attorney General will launch an investigation into the process behind the MMA's rankings?

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