Satisfaction in Academic Otolaryngology: Do Physician Demographics Impact Press Ganey Survey Scores?

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Summary of "Satisfaction in Academic Otolaryngology: Do Physician Demographics Impact Press Ganey Survey Scores?"

Patient satisfaction is increasingly emphasized and measured in healthcare delivery. However, patient satisfaction is multifactorial and difficult to comprehensively assess. The objective of this study was to assess for correlation between patient satisfaction measured by Press Ganey surveys (PGS) and physician demographics of gender, years in practice, academic rank, and specialty in academic otolaryngology.


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Name: The Laryngoscope
ISSN: 1531-4995


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