Bioethicists say patient satisfaction surveys might lead to bad medicine

It shouldn’t surprise any physician: the dreaded patient satisfaction survey could lead just as easily to bad medicine as to improved practices. In fact, some bioethicists believe that hospitals or health plans that overly reply on patient satisfaction surveys set themselves up to companies marketing this product, which is “ripe for commercialization”.

Read the article in ModernHealthcare.

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