The impact of incentives on the behaviour and performance of primary care professionals – NHS National Institute for Health Research – Service Delivery and Organisation programme – 4 August 2010

Posted on September 14, 2010. Filed under: General Practice, Health Economics, Primary Hlth Care | Tags: |

The impact of incentives on the behaviour and performance of primary care professionals – NHS National Institute for Health Research – Service Delivery and Organisation programme – 4 August 2010

“Aims: To explore and explain the impact of incentives in primary care on professional behaviours and performance. To examine these impacts on primary care professionals (PCPs) as providers of primary care and as commissioners of primary care and other services.” …continues

Commissioning brief Download (PDF 123Kb)
Executive summary Download (PDF 37Kb)
Final report Download (PDF 924Kb)

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