Emergency department patient experience: Same location, same provider, different scores by different survey methods.

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Summary of "Emergency department patient experience: Same location, same provider, different scores by different survey methods."

Recent findings on emergency department (ED) patient experience surveys and concerns for the low response rates challenge the quality and reliability of the survey reports. We assessed the consistency of an ED patient experience survey report and identified the effects of patient demographics on ED patient experiences.


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Name: World journal of emergency medicine
ISSN: 1920-8642
Pages: 138-144


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