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Satisfaction of Patients in Health Care: Some Critical Issues with Research Projects that Measure Satisfaction

  • Ronald J. Degen

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    (International School of Management Paris)

This paper presents three critical issues that researchers need to consider when preparing a research project that measures the satisfaction of patients in health care. These issues are: the correct interpretation of the research objective and formulation of the research questions, selection the appropriate research design, and the credibility of the research project and its conclusions.

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