Gaming the denominator

If gaming the denominator is a lower-cost response to the presence of public reporting than true improvements in quality, we should expect [it].

That’s from the concluding paragraph of a recent paper by R. Tamara Konetzkaa, Daniel Polsky, and Rachel Werner. I explain the context and meaning over at the LDI blog.

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