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Physicians know all about non-compliance. Sometimes, no matter
what they do, even when they do everything right, patients don't
heed their advice, and the outcome is poor. And sometimes, even
when the physician and the patient both do everything correctly,
things inexplicably go wrong, and the patient experiences a bad
outcome. Some things are just out of the doctor's and the patient's
control. This concern-that bad outcomes happen even when a doctor
provides the best possible care-is one of the major reasons why
many physicians distrust pay-for-performance and public reporting.
April 2014 Issue of IMpact
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