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The Primary Provider Theory holds that patient satisfaction occurs at the nexus of provider power and patient expectations. More specifically, patient satisfaction is principally the function of an underlying network of interrelated satisfaction constructs-satisfaction with the primary provider,...
This investigation tested the patient-centered Primary Provider Theory of Patient Satisfaction across gender in national random samples of emergency patients. Using multigroup structural equation modeling, the results supported the model's robustness. Physician service, waiting time, and nursing...
Few studies have examined differences in patient perceptions of care between health care systems. This study compared the perceptions of male patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft surgery in 43 Veterans Health Administration (VA) hospitals (N = 808) and 102 US private sector hospitals...
Patient satisfaction is a fundamental parameter of quality in health care. Identification of aspects of care that influence patient satisfaction may be used to design changes in health delivery systems, thus improving quality of care. The objective of this study was to examine the relationship...
Asian-Americans report lower levels of satisfaction with health care than other racial or ethnic groups. To determine potential reasons for this observation, we analyzed data from a national household telephone survey examining various aspects of health and health care across racial or ethnic...
As physicians and health administrators increasingly incorporate patients' perspectives into health care, patient satisfaction has become a significant health care outcome. However, there is limited knowledge regarding the patient satisfaction instruments being used by leading academic medical...
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