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Do health systems respond to the quality of their competitors?

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Summary of "Do health systems respond to the quality of their competitors?"

Some large employers and healthcare analysts have advocated for retail competition that relies on providers competing on performance metrics to improve care quality. Using publicly available performance measures, we determined whether health systems increased the quality of diabetes care provided by their clinics based on performance relative to competitors.

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Name: The American journal of managed care
ISSN: 1936-2692
Pages: e104-e110

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