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Your Participation Requested: Patient Satisfaction Impact Survey

Monday, February 4, 2019  

Often in the course of conducting research, it is helpful for investigators to obtain information about current practice patterns, values, or other issues and opinions from physicians. The Research Division of the Spine Intervention Society has reviewed and approved dissemination of the following survey to Society members.

 

Physician Decision Making and Patient Satisfaction Scores

The following survey is designed to explore the hypothesis that patient satisfaction scores are a driving factor in physicians' decisions about whether or not to order diagnostic tests, provide medication, or perform procedures—and how this potential relationship may influence physician satisfaction and burn-out. The results of this study will provide a better understanding as to how patient satisfaction scores may affect physician behavior, positively and/or negatively.

No individually identifying information will be collected in the survey. The Spine Intervention Society has reserved the right to either allow or disallow the investigators to identify that Society members were collectively surveyed.

 

The survey is expected to take no more than 5 minutes.

Please click here to access the survey.


If your research would benefit from survey of SIS members, click here for details.

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