pay-per-click

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pay-per-click

n
(Commerce) a system of payment used on the internet in which an advertiser on a website pays the website owner according to the number of people who visit the advertiser's website via the hyperlinked advert on the owner's website
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pay-per-click

[peɪpəˈklɪk]
A. Npago m por click
B. ADJde pago por click
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Boards need more comprehensive context to help in making decisions when setting incentive plan goals to ensure effective pay-for-performance alignment.
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Pay-for-performance systems have long been championed as a way of eliminating medical practices that regulatory control advocates have identified as wasteful.
Pay-for-performance programs may motivate physicians to select patients whom they perceive as most likely to improve their quality scores, which could lead to reduced access for other patients, particularly minorities, according to a study published in the Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.
Pay-for-performance was associated with a significant increase (23% increase, p=0.017) in the probability of a woman delivery in a facility and of a child visiting a facility for preventive care: 56% increase for children aged 23 months or younger (p=0.004) and 132% increase for children aged 24-59 months (p<0.001).
Policymakers are increasingly adopting "pay-for-performance" policies in which teachers are compensated based on their performance as measured by classroom evaluations and/or student achievement test results.
Physician Response to Pay-for-Performance: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
The Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF), introduced into British general practice in 2004, is by far the most comprehensive national primary care pay-for-performance scheme in the world.