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When financial incentives do more good than harm: a checklist
BMJ
  • Paul Glasziou, Bond University
  • Heather Buchan, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care
  • Chris Del Mar, Bond University
  • Jenny Doust, Bond University
  • Mark F. Harris, University of New South Wales
  • Rosemary Knight, University of New South Wales
  • Anthony Scott, University of Melbourne
  • Ian A. Scott, University of Queensland
  • Alexis Stockwell, Queensland University of Technology
Date of this Version
8-14-2012
Document Type
Journal Article
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Paul, G., Buchan, H., Del Mar, C., Doust, J., Harris, M., Knight, R., Scott, A., Scott, I.A., & Stockwell, A. (2012). When financial incentives do more good than harm: a checklist. BMJ, e5047, 345-350

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Abstract
Financial incentives can sometimes improve the quality of clinical practice, but they may also be an expensive distraction. Paul Glasziou and colleagues have devised a checklist to help prevent their premature or inappropriate implementation.
Citation Information
Paul Glasziou, Heather Buchan, Chris Del Mar, Jenny Doust, et al.. "When financial incentives do more good than harm: a checklist" BMJ Iss. e5047 (2012) p. 345 - 350 ISSN: 1756-1833
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/paul_glasziou/83/