Happy patients are not indicative of quality, study says

04/24/2013 | Washington Post, The

Johns Hopkins University researchers who analyzed patient satisfaction scores at 31 hospitals say pleasing patients is a good idea but is not a measure of health care quality or safety. They caution against placing too much emphasis on patient satisfaction scores when determining reimbursement. The results appear in JAMA Surgery.

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