The Association Between Complications, Incidents, and Patient Experience: Retrospective Linkage of Routine Patient Experience Surveys and Safety Data.

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Summary of "The Association Between Complications, Incidents, and Patient Experience: Retrospective Linkage of Routine Patient Experience Surveys and Safety Data."

Linkage of safety data to patient experience data may provide information to improve surgical care. This retrospective observational study aimed to assess associations between complications, incidents, patient-reported problems, and overall patient experience.


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Name: Journal of patient safety
ISSN: 1549-8425


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