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Allen

It's so true.
For Quality, does HEDIS or P4P measures that the industry uses really tell who is good or not? I doubt a high rate of screening for Breast or Colorectal Cancer really measures whether a doctor is good or not.
For Satisfaction, it is mostly anonymous. I doubt there is meaningful information specific to the doctor of your choice if the health plan only samples a certain percentage of their members in their surveys.
At least you can hope that the address is accurate and up to date.

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