CAHPS Bibliography

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Jiang N, Malkin BD.
Use of lean and CAHPS Surgical Care Survey to improve patients’ experiences with surgical care..
Otolarryngol Head Neck Surg
2016 June;pub ahead of print:
Grob R, Schlesinger M, Parker AM, et al.
Breaking narrative ground: innovative methods for rigorously eliciting and assessing patient narratives..
Health Serv Res
2016 June;51 Suppl 2:
Martino SC, Elliott MN, Haviland AM, et al.
Comparing the Health Care Experiences of Medicare Beneficiaries with and without Depressive Symptoms in Medicare Managed Care versus Fee-for-Service.
Health Serv Res
2016 June;51(3):
Tefera L, Lehrman WG, Conway P.
Measurement of the Patient Experience: Clarifying Facts, Myths, and Approaches.
2016 May;315(20):
Cleary PD.
Evolving Concepts of Patient-Centered Care and the Assessment of Patient Care Experiences: Optimism and Opposition.
J Health Polit Policy Law
2016 April;[Epub ahead of print]:
Martino SC, Elliott MN, Hambersoomian K, et al.
Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Medicare Beneficiaries' Care Coordination Experiences.
Med Care
2016 April;[Epub ahead of print]:
Cavanaugh KL.
Patient Experience Assessment is a Requisite for Quality Evaluation: A Discussion of the In-Center Hemodialysis Consumer Assessment of Health Care Providers and Systems (ICH CAHPS) Survey.
Semin Dial
2016 March;29(2):
Hays RD, Mallett JS, Gaillot S, et al.
Performance of the Medicare Consumer Assessment of Health Care Providers and Systems (CAHPS) Physical Functioning Items.
Med Care
2016 February;54(2):
Stucky BD, Hays RD, Edelen MO, et al.
Possibilities for Shortening the CAHPS Clinician and Group Survey.
Med Care
2016 January;54(1):
Saunders CL, Elliott MN, Lyratzopoulos G, et al.
Do Differential Response Rates to Patient Surveys Between Organizations Lead to Unfair Performance Comparisons?: Evidence From the English Cancer Patient Experience Survey.
Med Care
2016 January;54(1):