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How Satisfied Are You?

“A diplomat is a person who can tell you to go to hell in such a way that you actually look forward to the trip.” – Caskie Stinnett… 483 more words

Top marks for healthcare in Queensland

The latest statewide survey has highlighted the strength of Queensland’s healthcare system, with patient satisfaction measures scoring particularly well.

Health Minister Lawrence Springborg recently revealed the results from the survey, which regularly assesses how satisfied Queensland patients are with the service they receive from hospital. 241 more words

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From the Patient’s Point of View-Why will they be Miserable?

 The 15-minute visits also take a toll on the relationship of the patient-doctor relationship. The patient who sits patiently in the exam rooms waiting patiently for the doctors to arrive for their visit and to finally speak with their physician. 1,012 more words

Patient Satisfaction is Killing Both You and I

I was asked recently to contribute to a popular column on MedpageToday.com called “10 Questions.” One of the questions was:

If you could change or eliminate something about the healthcare system, what would it be? 667 more words


Murmurs, Rubs & Gallops-6/27/2014

JAMA Internal Medicine Blog contributors on what captured their attention this week.

Has the use of patient satisfaction surveys by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) had the unintended effect of encouraging the abuse of prescription opioid pain relievers? 539 more words

Meeting Patient Expectations: Determinants and a Nurse’s Role

Each human being is unique and no two individuals are the same in their demeanor. This unproven fact becomes most evident when an individual becomes ill. 1,208 more words