Incentivizing the Lower-Cost Decision: LUGPA Believes It Knows How

A newly proposed urology-specific alternative payment model (APM) could save up to 37% on costs of care, partly by giving physicians incentives to pursue active surveillance (AS) rather than active intervention (AI), according to the Large Urology Group Practice Association (LUGPA). To read about the model, click here.

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