The joys of pay for performance


Brilliantly done and the scary future that lies ahead – unless we stop it from happening.

Doctor's bag

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“G’day doc. I’m a little embarrassed to bring this up but…”

“No worries, you know you can be honest here. Let’s check your blood pressure first. It was a bit high last time.”

“Oh… ok. Not dangerously high I hope?”

“Well it was just above the benchmark, which is concerning. As you know I don’t get paid if I don’t look after your pressure. Let’s see… 140 over 90. Uh oh. I’m afraid we have to bump up your medications.”

“But doc, could it be stress? I wanted to tell you that…”

“Stress, stress… That’s all well and good but Medicare doesn’t care what the cause is. If it’s too high I miss out. And if I miss out you miss out, you know that don’t you? We also have to talk about your weight target. As I’ve told you before, if you don’t lose those extra pounds…

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