How accurate are patient satisfaction surveys?

May 2007
Patient Education Management;May2007, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p55
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the inaccuracy of patient satisfaction surveys in terms of quality assurance in the customer service arena according to Michael Friedberg, manager with Besler Consulting in Princeton, New Jersey.


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