Is quality important to our patients? The relationship between surgical outcomes and patient satisfaction.

Is quality important to our patients? The relationship between surgical outcomes and patient satisfaction.

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Background:

"With greater transparency in health system reporting and increased reliance on patient-centered outcomes, patient satisfaction has become a priority in delivering quality care. We sought to explore the relationship between patient satisfaction and short-term outcomes in patients undergoing general surgical procedures."1


1. Is quality important to our patients? The relationship between surgical outcomes and patient satisfaction.
Lobo Prabhu K, Cleghorn MC, Elnahas A, Tse A, Maeda A et al.
BMJ Qual Saf. 2017 Nov 3. [Epub ahead of print]

 

 

 

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