CAHPS Bibliography

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Weech-Maldonado R, Hall A, Bryant T, et al.
The relationship between perceived discrimination and patient experiences with health care.
Med Care
2012 Sept;50(9 Suppl 2):
S62-8.
Wilkins V, Elliott MN, Richardson A, et al.
The association between care experiences and parent ratings of care for different racial, ethnic and language groups in a Medicaid population.
Health Serv Res
2011 June;46(3):
821-39.
Sternberg SB, Co JP, Homer CJ.
Review of quality measures of the most integrated health care settings for children and the need for improved measures: recommendations for initial core measurement set for CH.
Acad Pediatr
2011 May-June;11(3 Suppl):
S49-58.
Palsbo SE, Diao G, Palsbo GA, et al.
Case-mix adjustment and enabled reporting of the health care experiences of adults with disabilities.
Arch Phys Med Rehabil
2010 Sept;91(9):
1339-46.
Weech-Maldonado R, Elliott MN, Oluwole A, et al.
Survey response style and differential use of CAHPS rating scales by Hispanics.
Med Care
2009 Sept;46(9):
963-8.
Keenan PS, Elliott MN, Zaslavsky AM, et al.
Quality assessments by sick and healthy Medicare beneficiaries in traditional Medicare and Medicare managed care.
Med Care
2009 Aug;47(8):
882-8.
Weech-Maldonado R, Elliott MN, Morales LS, et al.
Health plan effects on patient assessments of Medicaid managed care among racial/ethnic minorities.
J Gen Intern Med
2009 Feb;19(2):
136-45.
Adams EK, Ketsche P, Zhou M, et al.
Access and satisfaction among children in Georgia's Medicaid program and SCHIP.
Health Care Financ Rev
2008 Spring;29(3):
43-57.
Reise SP, Meijer RR, Ainsworth AT, et al.
Application of group-level item response models in the evaluation of consumer reports about health plan quality.
Multivar Behav Res
2006 Mar;41(1):
85-102.
Fredrickson DD, Jones TL, Molgaard CA, et al.
Optimal design features for surveying low-income populations.
J Health Care Poor Underserved
2005 Nov;16(4):
677-90.

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