Report Cards for Health Care
Is Anyone Checking Them?
People faced with health care decisions often fail to use comparative performance information that might help them make better-informed decisions. RAND researchers investigated how information for health care "report cards" is gathered and organized; who uses them and who does not; why people don't use report cards; and what might be done to make them more user friendly.
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- Document Number: RB-4544
- Year: 2002
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