Different Integration Processes of Patient Satisfaction Among Four Groups

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Abstract

We examined integration processes of patient satisfaction among four groups of patients and found that these groups of patients combined their health care attribute reactions differently to form their overall satisfaction. For the study, we used an emerging noncompensatory model in health care and considered an interaction effect in the analysis. We discuss the implication of the different integration processes of patient satisfaction for health care managers and make practical suggestions for more effective and efficient means of increasing patient satisfaction.

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