Law & Governance
[This article was originally published in Healthcare Papers 12(1)]
This commentary reviews international evidence about the impact of public reporting on better care and outcomes, outlines conditions under which publicly available performance information can become a potent catalyst to precipitate improvements in quality and the optimal conditions in healthcare systems to ensure that such a catalyst results in a desirable reaction.
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