The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on Thursday added performance data and new quality measures to its Physician Compare website to enable consumers to make more informed healthcare decisions.

However, the American Medical Association—as it has in the past—again is charging that CMS has posted incomplete and potentially inaccurate information to the online resource that will only serve to misinform patients.

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