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Value-Based Purchasing Measures Should Be Publicly Vetted, CMS Told

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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CMS should open a public comment period for any new quality measures it plans to include in Medicare's hospital value-based purchasing program, a divergent group of stakeholders is advising the agency.

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