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Physicians: Medicare Quality Reporting Programs Ineffective

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A new survey reveals most physicians feel Medicare quality improvement programs are ineffective, too complex, and too burdensome for physicians and staff.

Despite high rates of participation in quality improvement processes, many doctors report that Medicare' quality improvement programs are ineffective and too complex.That's according to new survey data released by the Medical Group Management Association at the organization's annual conference in Las Vegas. The findings are based on responses from more than 1,000 medical groups who were surveyed during October.Scroll through the slides to learn more about the survey findings. 

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