P4P is the most pronounced program designed to fulfill patients' health service expectations. Since providers are exposed to incentive-based reimbursements, there is a likelihood of a downward impact on providers' compensations. Regardless of challenges faced in establishing value-based purchasing programs, P4P gives the US hopes in attaining reduced cost in the healthcare system while improving service quality and operational efficacy.
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