Better information. Better results.
The quality of health care is not only a great challenge for patients and care providers, but also for the public in general. Especially in times of limited financial means, an increased input of resources does not necessarily result in better performance-quality of health care providers. Furthermore, compensation is only litigable if a valid assessment, in consideration of maximum risk-adjustment, allows for a comparison between alternative and historical stages of development.
Only if quality can be measured and scaled, it can also be improved.