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November 2006
Physician Executive;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p85
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The article reports that pay for performance (P4P) was the main issue at the Dallas/Fort Worth Physician Executive Network dinner meeting held in Texas on September 19, 2006. At the meeting, Carol Delage, president of Tashidy Corp., made a presentation of the external perspective of P4P, and discussed the increasing role of Medicaid Services in quality metrics for P4P. David Ballard, senior vice president at Baylor Health Care System, presented its internal P4P program of 2000.


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