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Efficiency of Pay for Performance Programs in Romanian Companies and the Mediating Role of Organizational Justice

. Bagozzi, R. P., and Yi, Y., 1988. On the evaluation of structural equation models. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 16(1), 74-94. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02723327 Beer, M., Cannon, M. D., Baron, J. N., Dailey, P. R., Gerhart, B., Heneman, H. G., ... Locke, E. A., 2004. Promise and peril in implementing pay-for-performance. Human Resource Management, 43(1), 3-48. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/hrm.20001 Brashear, T., Brooks, C., and Boles, J., 2004. Distributive and procedural justice in a sales force context: Scale

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Efficiency of Pay for Performance Programs in Romanian Companies and the Mediating Role of Organizational Justice

evaluation of structural equation models. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 16 (1), 74-94. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02723327 Beer, M., Cannon, M. D., Baron, J. N., Dailey, P. R., Gerhart, B., Heneman, H. G., . . . Locke, E. A., 2004. Promise and peril in implementing pay-for-performance. Human Resource Management, 43 (1), 3-48. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/hrm.20001 Brashear, T., Brooks, C., and Boles, J., 2004. Distributive and procedural justice in a sales force context: Scale development and validation. Journal of Business Research

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Motivational effects of pay dispersion in pay for performance programs implemented in Romanian companies

.), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. Hollensbe, E.C. and Guthrie, J.P. (2000), “Group pay-for-performance plans: The role of spontaneous goal setting”, Academy of Management Review, Vol. 25, pp. 864-872. Kepes, S., Delery, J. and Gupta, N. (2009), “Contingencies in the effects of pay range on organizational effectiveness”, Personnel Psychology, Vol. 62, pp. 497-531. Khojasteh, M. (1993), “Motivating the private vs. public sector managers”, Public Personnel Management, Vol. 22, No. 3, pp. 391-401. Kohn

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Response to Comment on the Publication: Lazarevik V, Kasapinov B. Medical Doctors’ Attitudes towards Pay-For- Reporting in Macedonia: A Web-Based Cross-Sectional Survey. Maced J Med Sci. 2012;5(4):437-443

. The absurd trilogy. (Available from http://healthgrouper.com/en/page/Trilogija-na-apsurdot, accessed December 25th, 2012). 4. Rosenau PV, Lal LS, Lako C. Managing pay for performance: aligning social science research with budget predictability. Journal of Healthcare Management. 2012 Nov/Dec 57; (6):391-404. 5. Healthgrouper Key Summit Messages. Healthgrouper.com (Available from http://healthgrouper.com/en/page/HGSummitmessages, accessed December 25, 2012).

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Comment on the Publication: Lazarevik V, Kasapinov B. Medical Doctors’ Attitudes towards Pay-For-Reporting in Macedonia: A Web-Based Cross-Sectional Survey. Maced J Med Sci. 2012;5(4):437-443

References 1. Lazarevik V, Kasapinov B. Medical Doctors’ Attitudes towards Pay-For-Reporting in Macedonia: A Web-Based Cross- Sectional Survey. Maced J Med Sci. 2012; 5(4):437-443. 2. Cromwell J, Trisolini MG, Pope GC, Mitchell JB, Greenwald LM (eds). Pay for Performance in Health Care: Methods and Approaches. Research Triangle Press: North Carolina, 2011. 3. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Roadmap for Implementing Value Driven Healthcare in the Traditional Medicare Fee-for-Service Program

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Pay for performance and the management of hypertension

health systems. With the rise in long-term conditions, health care systems around the world are under pressure to curb health care costs while maintaining quality. In response, many countries have introduced pay for performance (P4P) programs that incentivize institutions and professionals to provide high quality care and to mitigate the potential weaknesses of other payment mechanisms such as fee for service. [ 3 ] P4P programs have been widely adopted internationally in low, middle, and high income countries such as UK, US, Thailand, Germany, and Australia

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The development of diagnosis related group system in healthcare

Razvoj sistema skupine primerljivih primerov v zdravstvu

Članek podaja vsebinski in časovni pregled razvoja sistemov plačevanja po skupinah primerljivih primerov. Sistem je bil sprva uveden kot managersko orodje za znižanje stroškov in povečanje učinkovitosti. Sistem plačevanja skupin primerljivih primerov je sledil razvoju medicine in sodeloval v izgradnji sistema kakovosti in varnosti bolnikov. V zadnjih letih so v nekaterih državah že pričeli poplačevati kakovost zdravstvenih izidov. Sodobni trend celostne obravnave bolnikov bo zahteval ponovno prilagoditev sistema plačevanja v zdravstvu.

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Measuring quality in primary healthcare – opportunities and weaknesses

1 Introduction High quality primary care is essential for all stakeholders, e.g. patients, professionals and local and national healthcare authorities. The relatively easy access to data from electronic patient records, which can be combined with information collected from other sources, has made it common to use this type of data both for professional quality improvement and for payment systems like pay-for-performance ( 1 ). In recent years, the use of quality indicators in pay-for-performance systems has increased ( 2 , 3 ). General practitioners (GPs

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Medical Doctors’ Attitudes towards Pay-For-Reporting in Macedonia: A Web-Based Cross-Sectional Survey

References 1. Cromwell J, Trisolini MG, Pope GC, Mitchell JB, Greenwald LM (eds). Pay for Performance in Health Care: Methods and Approaches. Research Triangle Press: North Carolina, 2011. 2. Chaim M. Bell, Wendy Levinson. Pay for performance: learning about quality. CMAJ. 2007;176(12):1717-9. 3. Ryan A, Blustein J. Making the Best of Hospital Pay for Performance. N Engl J Med. 2012;366(17):1557-59. 4. Maynard A. The powers and pitfalls of the payment for performance. Health Economics

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Employee Participation in Profit and Ownership – Impact on Work Efficiency

, London Business School, International Labour Office, Bradford University and Leeds University Business School, mimeo, Leeds Fakhfakh F. and V. Pérotin (2002), France: Weitzman under State Paternalism?, [in:] Michelle Brown and John S. Heywood (eds.), Paying for Performance. An International Comparison , M.E. Sharpe, Armonk NY Fakhfakh F. (1998), Sharing schemes and productivity: An empirical analysis based on large French firms using production functions and frontiers , “Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor

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