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Wait times, patient satisfaction scores, and the perception of care.
Bleustein C, et al. Am J Manag Care 2014. PMID 25181568 Free article.
OBJECTIVES: To analyze the impact of waiting time on patient satisfaction scores; not only of satisfaction with the provider in general, but also with the specific perception of the quality of care and physician abilities. STUDY DESIGN: Using surveys regarding patient satisfaction with provider care, data was collected from a sample of 11,352 survey responses returned by patients over the course of 1 year across all 44 ambulatory clinics within a large academic medical center. ...
OBJECTIVES: To analyze the impact of waiting time on patient satisfaction scores; not only of satisfaction with the pro …
Patient satisfaction in a tertiary care center (Tunisia, 2015-2016).
Zemni I, et al. Tunis Med 2018. Among authors: Safer M. PMID 30746667 Free article.
INTRODUCTION: Patient satisfaction is one of the most commonly used indicators in healthcare service quality evaluation. The aim of the study was to measure overall and specific patient satisfaction rates and to identify determinants of satisfactionin Sahloul University hospital during 2015 and 2016. ...Items of satisfaction concerned mainly the relational dimension: the respect of the patient intimacy and the quality of information given. ...
INTRODUCTION: Patient satisfaction is one of the most commonly used indicators in healthcare service quality evaluation. The a …
Evaluation of patient satisfaction in pediatric dermatology.
Ahmed S, et al. Pediatr Dermatol 2017. PMID 29144047
To determine the drivers that are most predictive of a positive patient experience, we observed the indirect relationship between several factors of the patient experience and their role in patient satisfaction. ...RESULTS: A total of 516 families completed patient satisfaction surveys. Analyses of top box scores showed that the strongest predictors of patient satisfaction were the likelihood of recommending care provider (r = .77, P = <.001), cheerfulness of practice (r = .76, P = <.001), care provider spoke using clear language (r = .73, P = <.001), patient confidence in care provider (r = .70, P = <.001), and our sensitivity to patient needs (r = .70, P = <.001). ...
To determine the drivers that are most predictive of a positive patient experience, we observed the indirect relationship between sev …
The impact of communication style on patient satisfaction.
Trant AA, et al. Breast Cancer Res Treat 2019. Among authors: Sanft T. PMID 31025271
BACKGROUND: Communication between patients and health providers influences patient satisfaction, but it is unknown whether similarity in communication styles results in higher patient satisfaction. ...Factors affecting patient satisfaction scores were assessed in mixed-effects models. RESULTS: In total, 330 patients were invited to participate; of these 289 enrolled and 245 returned surveys. ...
BACKGROUND: Communication between patients and health providers influences patient satisfaction, but it is unknown whether sim …
Patient satisfaction in out-of-hospital emergency care: a multicentre survey.
Neumayr A, et al. Eur J Emerg Med 2016 - Clinical Trial. PMID 25794114
BACKGROUND: There is only limited information on patient satisfaction with emergency medical services (EMS). The aim of this multicentre survey was to evaluate patient satisfaction in five out-of-hospital physician-based EMS in Austria and Switzerland. ...Lowest satisfaction rates were found for items of social skills. CONCLUSION: Patient satisfaction in out-of-hospital physician-based EMS is generally high. ...
BACKGROUND: There is only limited information on patient satisfaction with emergency medical services (EMS). The aim of this m …
[Patient satisfaction in primary medical care in Mexico].
Vázquez-Cruz E, et al. Rev Salud Publica (Bogota) 2018. PMID 30570011 Spanish. Free article.
The SERVPERF questionnaire, which evaluates the perceived quality of medical care in patient user, was used. RESULTS: There were 395 patients, 260 (66%) female, 135 (34%) male, average age 42.80, minimum 19 maximum 91, + 16.64.Satisfaction with consultation with the family doctor was 65%, with nursing care 74%, with non-medical personnel 59%, with tangibles 82%, with accessibility and organization 65%, with waiting time for laboratory tests, offices, medical appointments and reference 49%. The perceived overall satisfaction with care provided in the Medical Unit is over 60%. There are differences between perceived satisfaction and the years of academic study. ...
The SERVPERF questionnaire, which evaluates the perceived quality of medical care in patient user, was used. RESULTS: There were 395 …
Treatment preferences and treatment satisfaction among psoriasis patients: a systematic review.
Florek AG, et al. Arch Dermatol Res 2018 - Review. PMID 29442137
Observational and interventional research studies published in the English language that discussed patient preferences and patient satisfaction in the treatment of psoriasis were reviewed and synthesized. ...Overall, patient satisfaction with existing therapies remains modest; however, those treated with biologic agents exhibited highest treatment satisfaction over oral therapy, phototherapy, and topical therapy....
Observational and interventional research studies published in the English language that discussed patient preferences and patient
Key nodes affecting patient satisfaction in a cross-regional referral service process: an empirical analysis study in Sichuan.
Zhang X, et al. BMC Health Serv Res 2018. PMID 30404644 Free PMC article.
Correlation analysis and logistic regression methods were used to establish a mathematical model of patient satisfaction between five nodes and overall satisfaction. Additionally, a peak-end model was formed to identify the peak node impacting overall patient satisfaction during the referral service based on the sample data. ...
Correlation analysis and logistic regression methods were used to establish a mathematical model of patient satisfaction betwe …
Factors Influencing Patient-Perceived Satisfaction With Community-Based Case Management Services.
Park CS and Park E. West J Nurs Res 2018. PMID 28580857
This study aimed to identify factors that significantly affect patient-perceived satisfaction with community-based case management services and provide practical strategies for improving patient-perceived quality of care. ...Significant predictors of patient-perceived satisfaction with community-based case management services included "capacity to change," "patient-perceived time spent with a case manager," "support/advocacy," "working period," and "emotional connectedness."...
This study aimed to identify factors that significantly affect patient-perceived satisfaction with community-based case manage …
What Factors Affect Patient Satisfaction in Public Sector Hospitals: Evidence from an Emerging Economy.
Hussain A, et al. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2019. PMID 30893906 Free PMC article.
Patient satisfaction can identify specific areas of improvement in public sector hospitals. However, the Pakistani healthcare system, and quality of service delivery is rarely assessed through the perspective of patient satisfaction. ...The results revealed that laboratory, as well pharmacy services, had positive significant effects (p = 0.000) on patient satisfaction, while doctor⁻patient communication (p = 0.189) and physical facilities (p = 0.85) had an insignificant relationship with patient satisfaction. ...
Patient satisfaction can identify specific areas of improvement in public sector hospitals. However, the Pakistani healthcare
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