What Do Patients Value in Their Hospital Care? A Response to Joffe Et Al
Journal of Medical Ethics 2004 December; 30(6): 610-612
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
What Do Patients Value in Their Hospital Care? An Empirical Perspective on Autonomy Centred Bioethics Joffe, S.; Manocchia, M.; Weeks, J.C.; Cleary, P.D. (2003-04)OBJECTIVE: Contemporary ethical accounts of the patient- provider relationship emphasise respect for patient autonomy and shared decision making. We sought to examine the relative influence of involvement in decisions, ...
The Value of Patient- and Family-Centered Care: One Hospital's Innovative Strategy for Involving Patients and Families in Care Decisions Powers, Patricia H.; Goldstein, Cindy; Plank, Gayle; Thomas, Kathy; Conkright, Laurie (2000-05)
Resolving the Gatekeeper Conundrum: What Patients Value in Primary Care and Referrals to Specialists Grumbach, Kevin; Selby, Joe V.; Damberg, Cheryl; Bindman, Andrew B.; Quesenberry, Charles; Truman, Alison; Uratsu, Connie (1999-07-21)CONTEXT: Few data are available regarding how patients view the role of primary care physicians as "gatekeepers" in managed care systems. OBJECTIVE: To determine the extent to which patients value the role of their primary ...