Healthcare Quarterly 9(3) May 2006 : 34-42.doi:10.12927/hcq..18225
How primary care physicians are remunerated is an important component of healthcare reform debates in Canada. This paper contributes to the policy debate by drawing together the theoretical insights gained from existing economic theory and evidence on how payment schemes affect physicians' behaviour. Several policy implications for the efficient and effective remuneration of physicians emerge from the analysis, as do directions for future research.
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