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*  Patient satisfaction
... is a measure of the extent to which a patient is content with the health care which they received from ... Thus, ensuring overall patient satisfaction, it is more important to reduce negative performance on the patient-care dimension ... The implication of this is that there does not need to be trade-off between high patient satisfaction and quality patient care ... Another critical factor influencing patient satisfaction is the job satisfaction experienced by the care-provider. In the ...
*  Breast reconstruction
Erić, M.; Mihić, N.; Krivokuća, D. (2009-03-01). "Breast reconstruction following mastectomy; patient's satisfaction". Acta ... The patient will have the definitive breast volume and approximate shape after the first operation. Depending on the quality of ... Patients expected to receive radiation therapy as part of their adjuvant treatment are also commonly considered for delayed ... Many patients undergoing delayed breast reconstruction have been previously treated with radiation or have had a reconstruction ...
*  Robert Kotler
"Patient Satisfaction is Key." Plastic Surgery Times. January, 2009. Allied Media.. patient education." Modern Medicine, 1 August 2006. Advanstar Communications, ... "Rhinoplasty for teens offers functional, aesthetic satisfaction." Modern Medicine. 1 September 2001. Advanstar Communications, ...
*  Waiting in healthcare
Waiting time influences patient satisfaction. Patients can spend longer waiting for treatment than actually receiving treatment ... When a patient is waiting their friends and family may also be waiting for an outcome. Some experts have suggested that patient ... Bruce, TA; Bowman, JM; Brown, ST (December 1998). "Factors that influence patient satisfaction in the emergency department". J ... Oermann, MH (April-June 2003). "Effects of educational intervention in waiting room on patient satisfaction". J Ambul Care ...
*  Bluewater Health
"Improved Patient Satisfaction At Bluewater Health". Blackburn News. 28 June 2016. Retrieved 17 November 2016. "Bridging ... patient satisfaction rate. Other awards: Bridging Excellence Award (2015) Ontario's Best Practice Spotlight Organization (2015 ... Stress on the hospital became severe with an admission of about 800 patients a year. In 1929, about 80 beds were added, which ... Bluewater Health Bluewater Health Foundation Patient & Family Guide. ...
*  Hospital Central Militar Mexico
Overcoming the level of patient satisfaction. http://www.sedena.gob.mx/index.php/sanidad-militar/hospital-central-militar http ...
*  Northwell Health
Patient satisfaction scores are also posted. An integral part of the Northwell Health System, The Feinstein Institute for ... Also, Northwell is the recipient of the John Q. Sherman Award for Excellence in Patient Engagement from the National Patient ... CLI's Patient Safety Institute (PSI)[23], Lake Success, New York, was established to reduce medical errors and hospital- ... Its full-scale patient simulators based on computer-based, interactive technology and digitally-enhanced mannequins enable ...
*  Raulerson Hospital
Patient satisfaction surveys were also referenced. The number of patients who gave the hospital a rating of nine or ten (ten ... The national average of patients rating a particular hospital a nine or a ten was 69%. Patient satisfaction surveys also ask ... Of Raulerson's patients, 65% said they would, as compared to a national average of 70% of patients filling out surveys. ... It provides data on twelve patient safety indicators. The rating scores possibly are worse than average, average and better ...
*  Pediatric psychology
Future research should also target patient satisfaction. 4. Collaboration between pediatricians and psychologists in clinical ... "patient-centered") or on the larger system the patient and family must rely on for medical care ("systems-centered"). In ... normalizing or reframing the patient's condition, altering patient or family lifestyle behaviors, altering expectations of ... However, diagnosing a patient on this alone would result in an absurd amount of false positives. An example of this would be ...
*  Rhinoplasty
Hellings PW, Nolst Trenité GJ (June 2007). "Long-term patient satisfaction after revision rhinoplasty". The Laryngoscope. 117 ( ... whilst the patient gently inspires, the surgeon laterally pulls the patient's cheek, thereby simulating the widening of the ... with the patient's aesthetic ideal (body image). In the context of surgically reconstructing the patient's physiognomy, the " ... if warranted by the patient's medical data. Specific facial and nasal evaluations record the patient's skin-type, existing ...
*  Physical therapy
Beattie, Paul F.; Pinto, Mary Beth; Nelson, Martha K.; Nelson, Roger (1 June 2002). "Patient satisfaction with outpatient ... Patients value the ability of a clinician to provide clear and simple explanations about their problems. Furthermore, patients ... Physical therapists need to be able to effectively communicate with their patients on a variety of levels. Patients have ... and treatment satisfaction. Studies have explored four themes that may influence patient-therapist interactions: interpersonal ...
*  Transgender hormone therapy
"Survey of Patient Satisfaction with Transgender Services" (PDF). Retrieved 2016-01-08. Becerra Fernández A, de Luis Román DA, ... Patients must be able to access professional help and advice so that they can make informed decisions about their care, whether ... The report concluded in part: "The NHS must provide a service that is easy to access so that vulnerable patients do not feel ... In a patient survey conducted by the United Kingdom's National Health Service in 2008, 5% of respondents acknowledged resorting ...
*  Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
"Health Trust among top performers for patient satisfaction". Rochdale on Line. 17 June 2015. Retrieved 23 June 2015. "HSJ ... The patient was suffering depression and known to be a suicide risk. She committed suicide whilst on leave from the hospital. ... to provide 24-hour advice to police officers and paramedics in Tameside on the best place to take patients during incidents. ... the Trust was found to be in breach of Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights by allowing a mentally ill patient ...
*  List of hospitals in Singapore
"Annex for MOH Patient Satisfaction Survey 2015" (PDF). Ministry of Health, Singapore. Ministry of Health, Singapore. Retrieved ... "Handbook on CH care for patients" (PDF). Ministry of Health, Singapore. Ministry of Health, Singapore. Retrieved July 26, 2017 ...
*  Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital
"Patient Satisfaction in Malaysia's Busiest Outpatient Medical Care". The Scientific World Journal. Retrieved 5 January 2018. " ... Patients are being treated on beds placed along the corridors. TAR has 893 beds, with an admission rate of 260 patients daily. ... It has a monthly average of 10,000 patients and a daily average of 20 elective surgeries. The Klang TAR Hospital is also a ... Hospital auditorium Day Care Centre Hospital library Board meeting room Doctor attending to the patient at the Neurology Dept. ...
*  Rural poverty
This approach also reported high levels of patient satisfaction. Patients favoured the in-home interventions implemented by the ... Chronically ill patients account for over half of family physicians visits. In Canada, individuals who need to see a specialist ... The collaborative partnership reduced patient anxiety about their health concerns and increased their confidence in managing ... predicting surgical site infections after patients leave hospital". Journal of Hospital Infection. Elsevier. 75 (3): 188-194. ...
*  Therapeutic behavior management
The effects of physician communications skills on patient satisfaction; recall, and adherence. J Chronic Dis. 1984;37:755-64. ... highly somewhat punishing activity for the provider or patient educator and the patients. It is an attempt to manage patient ... While we most often think of providers changing their patients' behavior, the fact is that patients also change their providers ... A significant portion of patient care is based on the provider's judgment and memory of the individual patient's efforts. ...
*  University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
It also had above-average rankings in patient satisfaction. University of Iowa Children's Hospital was founded in 1919. As ... and an adrenal mass from a pediatric patient. World's smallest patient (Nissen fundoplication in a 5.7 pound infant) to undergo ... Patients come from every county in Iowa, nearly every state in the United States, and several international countries. Several ... Peck convinced the Mother Superior of the Davenport-based Sisters of Mercy to send nuns to Iowa City to help care for patients ...
*  Santosh G. Honavar
Assessment of patient satisfaction following external versus transcanalicular dacryocystorhinostomy. Curr Eye Res. 2012 Sep;37( ... patients. Br J Ophthalmol. 2011 Jun;95(6):881-6. 88. Javed Ali M, Honavar S. Ophthalmic disorders in adult lymphoma patients. ... He rose to become the Associate Director of LVPEI and last held the position of the Director of Patient Care Policies and ... Aggarwal E, Mulay K, Menon V, Sundar G, Honavar SG, Sharma M. Isolated Orbital Aspergillosis in Immunocompetent Patients: A ...
*  Floater
It offers a very good degree of patient satisfaction.[citation needed] It can also delay or obviate surgery. The technique of ... Floaters have been reported in patients as young as 3.[citation needed] Floaters in teenage patients and young adults are ... The majority of patients will need to undergo two or three treatment sessions in order to achieve a satisfactory result. When ... Patients with retinal tears may experience floaters if red blood cells are released from leaky blood vessels, and those with ...
*  Health care quality
Patient satisfaction surveys are the main qualitative measure of the patient perspective. Patients may not have the clinical ... In addition, patient satisfaction often correlates with patient involvement in decision making and can improve patient-centered ... patient satisfaction surveys have become a somewhat controversial measure of quality care. Proponents argue that patient ... Opponents of patient satisfaction surveys are often unconvinced that the data is reliable, that the expense does not justify ...
*  Osteopathic medicine in the United States
Licciardone J, Gamber R, Cardarelli K (January 2002). "Patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes associated with osteopathic ... At the same time, recent studies show an increasingly positive attitude of patients and physicians (M.D. and D.O.) towards the ... Some of the medicines commonly given to patients during this time were arsenic, castor oil, whiskey, and opium. In addition, ... One survey, published in the Journal of Continuing Medical Education, found that a majority of physicians (81%) and patients ( ...
*  Clinical empathy
Practicing empathy in a clinical setting leads to greater patient satisfaction, better compliance, and fewer lawsuits. Clinical ... Detached concern, or clinical detachment, is the ability to distance oneself from the patient in order to serve the patient ... Empathetic physicians share understanding with patients, which serves to benefit the patient in their physical, mental and ... Olson, Joanne K. (1995-12-01). "Relationships Between Nurse-Expressed Empathy, Patient-Perceived Empathy and Patient Distress ...
*  Florida Hospital Lake Placid
Very few patient satisfaction ratings are available for this hospital. However, Health Grades provides ratings for twelve ... patient safety indicators. These are based on objective criteria and are professional ratings. Three rating scores are possible ... Health Grades website, http://www.healthgrades.com/hospital-directory/florida-fl/patient-safety-HGST74D38156HG0411 .. ...
*  LASIK
Data from the prior 10 years revealed a 95.4 percent patient satisfaction rate among LASIK patients. Some people with poor ... In March 2008, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery published a patient satisfaction meta-analysis of over ... More importantly the patient's eye prescription should be stable for at least one year prior to surgery. The patient may be ... Therefore, patients expecting so-called "super vision" from such procedures may be disappointed. When treating a patient with ...
*  Health realization
ISBN 0-945787-50-2, ISBN 978-0-945787-50-1 R.C. Kausen, Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed, Life Education 1989. ISBN 0-945787-55 ... and patients deal with stress. Reportedly in response to the controversy, the WVIIH changed its name from The Sydney Banks ... and anxiety-reduction intervention for HIV-positive patients. All but one of the eight volunteer participants in the study ... The effect of a Health Realization/Innate Health psychoeducational seminar on stress and anxiety in HIV-positive patients. ...