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Characteristics of patient survey respondents.

By Oliver Groene (4538485), Onyebuchi A. Arah (177956), Niek S. Klazinga (513283), Cordula Wagner (504147), Paul D. Bartels (766546), Solvejg Kristensen (766547), Florence Saillour (766548), Andrew Thompson (524041), Caroline A. Thompson (504145), Holger Pfaff (504150), Maral DerSarkissian (504144) and Rosa Sunol (504149)

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<p><sup>1</sup>On a scale from 0–4, 0 meaning “none at all” and 4 meaning “to a very large extent”, how much help do you need when you read instructions, pamphlets or other written material from your doctor or pharmacy?</p><p>Characteristics of patient survey respondents.</p

Topics: Biological Sciences, Science Policy, quality management systems, hospital quality management system, patient involvement, Health Care Transition Measure, patient experience, NORPEQ, hospital recommendation, health care transition, hip fracture, patient level data, strategy, hospital management strategies, 276 hospital departments, quality management functions, Patient Experience Shows Little Relationship, quality management, outcome variables, quality management strategies
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0131805.t003
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