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Synonyms for patient

Synonyms for patient

enduring or capable of enduring hardship or inconvenience without complaint

Synonyms for patient

the semantic role of an entity that is not the agent but is directly involved in or affected by the happening denoted by the verb in the clause

enduring trying circumstances with even temper or characterized by such endurance


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The variable of patient satisfaction and waiting time showed high correlation indicators where the value of communality is 0.
Factors affecting patient satisfaction and delay in urgent care in patients reporting to Khyber College of dentistry.
We used the Patient Satisfaction Questionnaire-18 (PSQ-18) to assess domains like general satisfaction, technical quality, interpersonal manner, financial aspects, time spent with doctor, communication, accessibility and convenience.
According to Weng and colleagues (2008) from a patient perspective, patient trust, the patient--relationship and patient satisfaction toward hospitals were positively correlated.
This study results regarding patient satisfaction are an important information that can guide clinicians to provide treatment that will fulfill patient's demands and expectations.
MEASUREMENT METHODS--The goal of patient satisfaction surveys is to understand from the patient perspective a hospital's or institution's specific strengths and weakness in order to improve the delivery of care.
This article focuses on patient satisfaction and its assessment in obstetrics and gynaecology and aims to highlight the areas of improvement.
Current literature suggests that several factors are associated with higher patient satisfaction scores.
Socio-demographic factors influencing patient satisfaction were also assessed in this study.
tangibles--appearance of physical facilities, equipment, personnel and written materials Studies by Linder-Pelz (1982) offered conflicting evidence however finding that patient expectations only accounted for eight percent of the variation in patient satisfaction.
The research empirically excluded all patient satisfaction surveys related to ambulatory care centers, specific departments or specialties.
Patient satisfaction has always been our number-one priority and something our outstanding and compassionate employees consistently do very well - it defines us.
Patient satisfaction and physician productivity both got a big boost after The Hospital of Central Connecticut, a two-campus system based in New Britain, moved to performance-based pay for its emergency department physicians.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- The patient satisfaction survey by the Health Authority -- Abu Dhabi (HAAD) reported an overall satisfaction rating of 83 per cent for outpatients and 86 per cent for inpatients across the facilities in the emirate.
Today, 10 years later, the lessons learned from patient satisfaction surveys help guide the future path of GHS.
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