In 2007, Alice conducted a unique survey of the extent to which physician groups compensated their employed physicians for quality.  As physicians consider deploying a range of strategies to enhance their performance, a new snapshot of the state of the art of compensating physicians seemed a worthwhile undertaking. Again, with the assistance of the American Medical Group Association (AMGA) Alice surveyed their membership. In "Compensating Physicians for Quality and Value: A Changing Landscape", she provides an initial report on the responses which came from three times as many organizations as four years earlier.  In 2008, in her longer Health Law Handbook chapter, Alice described the advent of Pay for Performance programs as the primary stimulus to these compensation models. Now, in "Bolstering Change: Physician Compensation for Quality and Value" she looks at the phenomenon of compensating physicians for quality performance and increasingly for value in cost effective approaches to care. In addition to setting the issue of physician compensation in the current enhanced value context, Alice also looks at data on how hospitals are dealing with their employed physicians on this front, and concludes that much like her observations with Jim Reinertsen of those hospital employment/integration strategies without content, she finds that many hospitals are missing a real alignment opportunity by focusing solely on wRVUs in compensating their employed physicians. And, more and more, attention will have to be paid to the cost effectiveness of physician behavior which drives the group's or hospital's revenues.