El compromiso de pacientes lleva a mejores resultados – NEJM catalyst

Patient Engagement Survey: Improved Engagement Leads to Better Outcomes, but Better Tools Are Needed

METHODOLOGY AND RESPONDENTS

  • In February and March 2016, an online survey was sent to the NEJM Catalyst Insights Council, which includes U.S. health care executives, clinician leaders, and clinicians at organizations directly involved in health care delivery. A total of 340 completed surveys are included in the analysis. The margin of error for a base of 340 is +/- 5.3% at the 95% confidence interval.

  • The majority of respondents were clinicians (44%), followed by clinician leaders (32%) and executives (25%). Most respondents described their organizations as hospitals (38%) or health systems (17%). These hospitals were predominantly midsized (32% had 200–499 beds) or larger (49% had 500 or more beds).

  • Only 9% of respondents indicated that their major affiliation was with a physician organization. Those physician organizations tended to be big — 75% had 100 or more physicians.

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