Specific questions about care lead to better quality measures

10/14/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

Patient responses to questions about specific aspects of care provide a more accurate way to compare quality of medical practices and physicians than simply asking about overall satisfaction, researchers said. However, even with improved questions, a study showed that patient characteristics and random error accounted for most of the variation in scores that practices and physicians received.

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