Despite criticism of patient-satisfaction measures, patient-experience surveys that are designed and administered appropriately provide robust measures of the quality of health care and offer insight into a dimension that's otherwise difficult to measure objectively.
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This article was published on December 26, 2012, at NEJM.org.
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