patient survey

patient survey

A survey which enables local managers and health professionals to weigh patients' views and provide statistics—e.g., on the number of patient surveys conducted.
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The new league table is based on the latest findings from the GP Patient Survey - a huge ongoing poll involving more than a million people a year.
NHS Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group has received the latest results from the GP Patient Survey which shows that 88 per cent of patients who responded had a good experience at their practice compared to the national average of 83 per cent.
The list of 1000 came from recommendations from medical professionals, patient survey results and medical performance indicators.
In the United States, the CG-CAHPS (Clinician and Group Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems) survey fulfills this purpose, while the United Kingdom uses the GP (General Practitioner) Patient Survey. In addition to their prime role in public reporting and benchmarking, these surveys can be used to drive performance improvements in areas where poor results are obtained (Friedberg et al.
Patients in England were sent questionnaires to take part in the GP Patient Survey between January and March, and 1,946 patients responded from the NHS South Cheshire clinical commissioning group (CCG) area -- which includes Crewe, Nantwich, Sandbach, Alsager and Middlewich.
That is the conclusion of fresh analysis of GP Patient Survey - an annual poll recording the views and experiences of more than a million people across England.
The GP Patient Survey, released earlier this month and based on data gathered in January to April, had 6,353 responses from people inCoventryandRugbyto the question: "In the past 12 months have you contacted an NHS service when you wanted to see a GP but your GP practice was closed?"
That was the conclusion of fresh analysis of the GP Patient Survey - an annual poll recording the views and experiences of more than a million people across England.
Two authors disclosed financial ties to Ipsos MORI; several authors were involved in developing the English GP Patient Survey.
High Lane Medical Centre in Stockport came out as the top practice in the region - and the 26th best in England - according to the GP Patient Survey.

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