Medical Subject Headings (MeSH): Patient Satisfaction
Patient satisfaction in healthcare refers to the level of contentment and positive feedback that patients have with the healthcare services they receive. Factors that can affect patient satisfaction include the quality of care, the communication and empathy of healthcare providers, the availability of amenities and services, and the overall patient experience. Measuring patient satisfaction can help healthcare organizations identify areas for improvement and track progress over time. Surveys and questionnaires are commonly used to gather patient feedback, and the results can be used to inform changes in policies and procedures, training programs, and patient education.
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