payment reform en Paying for Quality, Not Quantity <p>In the United States, we pay a lot more for our health care than other wealthy countries, but we are no healthier.&nbsp;&nbsp;Missourians actually pay even more per capita than the U.S. average, and are even less healthy. (Missouri is <a href="">ranked 39th in the nation</a> in overall health, and we are the <a href="">9th most obese state</a>.) A big part of the problem is the way we pay for health care, according to Harold Miller, executive director of the&nbsp;<a href="">Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform</a>.</p><p> Fri, 28 Oct 2011 23:53:43 +0000 Jacob Fenston 2657 at Paying for Quality, Not Quantity