A lack of standards for public performance reports can misinform patients and healthcare providers, according to a new paper by healthcare performance and safety experts at Johns Hopkins University and Northeastern University.

The paper, published in the American Journal for Accountable Care, states that a lack of standards for public reports can produce conflicting information that could lead to confusion, and leave patients and clinicians with little assurance about the integrity of the data provided.

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