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By Clark Herman | Published: April 15, 2013
Pharma, according to physicians currently embedded within Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), is not living up to its potential. A survey conducted by Oliver Wyman has most of its 200 respondents saying the industry could play a more active role with value-based healthcare providers in helping to deliver better care at a lower cost, but it [...]
By Guest Blogger | Published: October 24, 2012
by Tom Norton No doubt the November 6th election is going to be close, very close: close for the Presidency, close for the Senate, and possibly close for the House. So close, in fact, it’s possible that no substantial political change will occur in Washington, as a result. That said, for the U.S. pharmaceutical industry this is [...]
By Jennifer Ringler | Published: May 21, 2012
A new report from ZS Associates explores the efficacy and impact of physician incentive compensation on the delivery of quality care; when incentives fall short, so can patient outcomes.