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The relationship between method of physician payment and patient trust

JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association

Dec 1, 1998

A C KaoP D Cleary

PMID: 9832007

Abstract

Trust is the cornerstone of the patient-physician relationship. Payment methods that place physicians at financial risk have raised concerns about patients' trust in physicians to act in patients' best interests. To evaluate the extent to which methods of physician payment are related t...read more

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Prevalence Studies
Health Maintenance Organizations
Paternity Benefits
Physician-Patient Relations
Risk Sharing, Financial
Fee-for-Service, Medical
Attitude to Health
Multivariate Analysis
Structure of Capitate Bone
Reimbursement Mechanisms
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The relationship between method of physician payment and patient trust

JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association

Dec 1, 1998

A C KaoP D Cleary

PMID: 9832007

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Abstract

Trust is the cornerstone of the patient-physician relationship. Payment methods that place physicians at financial risk have raised concerns about patients' trust in physicians to act in patients' best interests. To evaluate the extent to which methods of physician payment are related t...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Prevalence Studies
Health Maintenance Organizations
Paternity Benefits
Physician-Patient Relations
Risk Sharing, Financial
Fee-for-Service, Medical
Attitude to Health
Multivariate Analysis
Structure of Capitate Bone
Reimbursement Mechanisms

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