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Patient experience in primary care: association with patient, physician and practice characteristics in a fee-for-service system.

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Summary of "Patient experience in primary care: association with patient, physician and practice characteristics in a fee-for-service system."

Nowadays we typically use patient experience as a quality of care indicator, although this has some limitations. The aim of this study was to investigate to what extent patient, physician and practice characteristics were associated with patient-reported experience of care in the major dimensions in family medicine in a fee-for-service system.

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Name: Swiss medical weekly
ISSN: 1424-3997
Pages: w14601

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