Factors That Predict Overall Patient Satisfaction With Oncology Hospital Care in Bulgaria.

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Summary of "Factors That Predict Overall Patient Satisfaction With Oncology Hospital Care in Bulgaria."

The relevance of studies focusing on patient satisfaction becomes imperative for patients with cancer, who often face major changes in their lifestyles. Their perceived uncertainty in illness and their personal experiences with the services received are crucial factors for a qualitatively adequate assistance.


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Name: Value in health regional issues
ISSN: 2212-1102
Pages: 26-33


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