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The second part was a patient satisfaction questionnaire to gain patient/parent perspectives on their attendance at the clinic.
cause of renal failure) Diabetes 2 (20) Vascular disease 1 (10) Glomerulonephritis 2 (20) Autoimmune Disease 2 (20) Polycystic Kidney Disease 1 (10) Unknown 2 (20) Length of time on peritoneal dialysis Less than a year 2 (20) Between 1 year and 2 years 4 (40) Between 2 years and 4 years 2 (20) Longer than 4 years 2 (20) Co-morbid conditions suffered by participants Hypertension 5 Diabetes 4 Chronic Pain (knee pain) 3 Heart Problems (CAD, CHF) 2 Lung disease (asthma) 1 Cancer 1 Other 4 Burden of co-morbid conditions Participant with no comorbidity 3 (30) Participant with one or two comorbidities 2 (20) Participant with three to four comorbidities 5 (50) Patient satisfaction questionnaire.
We concentrate our surgery times around actual local patient need and recent patient satisfaction questionnaires have proved that our patients are happy with this arrangement.
Does a tick on a patient satisfaction questionnaire, the type invariably thrust into your hand just as you're trying to leave a hospital and which most of us fill in in a blur, really constitute a fair basis for assessing which doc is the right one to do your open-heart surgery, colonoscopy or even just remove varicose veins?
I, Part B: Results regarding scales constructed from the Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire and measures of other health care perceptions.
After a stay in a local hospital, I received a phone call from a company hired to administer a patient satisfaction questionnaire.
A second limitation is the fact that the patient satisfaction questionnaire used in this study was anonymous, and therefore we were unable to link patient responses with patient characteristics.
Patient satisfaction questionnaires don't seem to be the answer, because the focus is on the care provided, not the outcome.