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Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings

John E. Ware

Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings

by John E. Ware

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Published by Rand Corp. in Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Patient satisfaction -- Testing.,
  • Acquiescence (Psychology),
  • Health surveys -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Health surveys -- Statistical methods.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn E. Ware, Jr.
    SeriesThe Rand paper series ;, P-5676
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS36 .R28 no. 5676, RA399.A1 .R28 no. 5676
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 21 p. ;
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4763133M
    LC Control Number78110200

      My medical care is better than yours: Social desirability and patient satisfaction ratings. Medical Care. Institute of Medicine. Improving the quality of care in nursing homes. Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings. Medical Care. Researchers in Florida found that avoiding patient dissatisfaction isn’t as difficult or as complex as it can seem. In their study, “ Improving Wait Times and Patient Satisfaction in Primary Care,” researchers determined that there are just a few things that truly annoy and irritate patients. Nearly 50% of all fair and poorly-rated patient experiences in the study were related to wait.

      Communication between patients and practitioners lies at the heart of healthcare. It can enhance diagnostic accuracy, 1 promote patient-centred treatment decisions 2 and improve a number of clinical outcomes ranging from treatment adherence 3 to safety. 4 Good communication can also lower the risk of malpractice claims. 5 Much of the recent research in this area has focused on whether . Ware, J. E. Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings. Medical Care–, Ware, J. E., and A. R. Davies. Behavioral consequences of consumer dissatisfaction with medical care.

    Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings John E. Ware Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Adults in the Health Insurance Study: Vol. VI, Analysis of Relationships Among Health Status Measures. Response bias is a general term for a wide range of tendencies for participants to respond inaccurately or falsely to questions. These biases are prevalent in research involving participant self-report, such as structured interviews or surveys. Response biases can have a large impact on the validity of questionnaires or surveys.. Response bias can be induced or caused by numerous factors, all.


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Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings by John E. Ware Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings (The Rand paper series) Unknown Binding – January 1, by John E Ware (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: John E Ware. Effects of Acquiescent Response Set on Patient Satisfaction Ratings JOHN E.

WARE, JR. This paper summarizes the results of three studies of bias in patient satis-faction questionnaires due to acquiescent response set (ARS), a tendency to agree with statements of opinion regardless of content.

Three independent surveys (N = 1,) were fielded using the Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire. Title: Effects of Acquiescent Response Set on Patient Satisfaction Ratings Created Date: Z.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ware, John E. Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings. Santa Monica, Calif.: Rand Corp., Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings.

Ware JE Jr. This paper summarizes the results of three studies of bias in patientsatisfaction questionnaires due to acquiescent response set (ARS), a tendency to agree with statements of opinion regardless of content.

Three independent surveys(N = 1,) were fielded using the Patient Satisfaction by: Summarizes results of studies of bias in patient satisfaction questionnaires due to acquiescent response set (ARS), a tendency to agree with statements regardless of content.

Three surveys (N=) were fielded using the Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire in which 40 to 60 percent of respondents manifested some degree of ARS and 2 to 10 percent demonstrated noteworthy ARS.

This paper summarizes the results of three studies of bias in patient satisfaction questionnaires due to acquiescent response set (ARS), a tendency to agree with statements of opinion regardless of content. Three independent surveys (N = 1,) were fielded using the Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire.

Across the three field tests, 40 to 60 per cent of respondents manifested some degree of ARS. Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings. By Jr. John E. Ware. Abstract. This paper summarizes the results of three studies of bias in patient satisfaction questionnaires due to acquiescent response set (ARS), a tendency to agree with statements of opinion regardless of.

Reviving the problem of acquiescent response bias. physicians to assess patient satisfaction with the anesthesia technique. literature on individual response style to the wording effects. “Effects of Acquiescent Response Set on Patient Satisfaction Ratings.” Medical Care 16 (April): – Article Google Scholar.

exhibited some form of acquiescent response set bias, and Coyle and Williams () and systematic reviews suggest that patient satisfaction has been limited or to understand the effect. A Health Affairs study comparing patient-satisfaction scores with HCAHPS surveys of almostnurses showed that a better nurse work environment was associated with higher scores on.

Substantial acquiescent response bias is found across all methods for assessing patient satisfaction. 8, 9, 31 For example, Ross and colleagues 9 found that favourable responses to satisfaction evaluations ranged from 63% to 82% depending on the measurement method.

Older respondents, those with less education, and those with poorer health were most highly acquiescent. This paper summarizes the results of three studies of bias in patient satisfaction questionnaires due to acquiescent response set (ARS), a tendency to agree with statements of opinion regardless of content.

Three independent surveys (N = 1,) were fielded using the Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire. Ware, J. Effects of Acquiescent Response Set on Patient Satisfaction Ratings.

Medical Care ;; Linn, L. S., and S. Greenfield. Patient Suffering and Patient Satisfaction among the Chronically Ill. Medical Care Rubin, H. Can Patients Evaluate the Quality of. First, ratings can be biased by an “acquiescence response” in which survey respondents tend to agree with every item. This phenomenon has been documented in prior studies and falsely inflates the importance of ratings variables to satisfaction.

Second, patient ratings combine and obscure the effects of important, discrete elements of care. As a result, there are quite a few examples in the literature where patients' satisfaction ratings are suspect of social desirability or acquiescence responses bias [49,53].

There is a risk, however, of over generalizing an assumed respondent bias to all types of TS measures. Ware JE., Jr Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings.

Med Care. Apr; 16 (4)– [Google Scholar] Ware JE, Jr, Davies-Avery A, Stewart AL. The measurement and meaning of patient satisfaction. Health Med Care Serv Rev. Jan-Feb; 1 (1):1– [Google Scholar] Warren SF, Rogers-Warren A, Baer DM. Patient satisfaction is a cognitive response that is influenced by various factors.

Determining factors affecting satisfaction, is considered an indirect way to achieve real patient satisfaction, in this regard, evaluating patient satisfaction by determining factors affecting satisfaction and understanding expectations and needs of patients.

Background. Response rates, patient sample characteristics, and patient satisfaction ratings were compared between two surveying methods: (1) surveys completed at the physician office site (on-site surveying), and (2) surveys mailed to patient homes following the.

Objective: Despite the widespread use of patient satisfaction measures, there has been only a small amount of research and writing on the topic in rehabilitation. This article reviews selectively the large amount of literature on satisfaction in health care, examines work in rehabilitation settings, and highlights issues in patient satisfaction, given the unique circumstances of rehabilitation.Social desirability and patient satisfaction ratings.

Med Care. Jun; 24 (6)– Ware JE., Jr Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings. Med Care. Apr; 16 (4)– Hall JA, Dornan MC.

Patient sociodemographic characteristics as predictors of satisfaction with medical care: a meta-analysis.Ware JE, Jr, Snyder MK, Wright WR, Davies AR. Defining and measuring patient satisfaction with medical care.

Eval Program Plann. ; 6 ()– Ware JE., Jr Effects of acquiescent response set on patient satisfaction ratings. Med Care. .