How patient satisfaction scores are changing medicine
from Medical Economics
Healthcare organizations have been using patient satisfaction scores since the late 1980s to improve care delivery and calculate physician and staff bonuses, among other purposes. Now, in the shift toward value-based care, such scoring is playing an even greater role in determining physician reimbursement and helping patients choose a physician. But is it also changing the way physicians practice medicine?
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