Associations between perceived chronic care quality, perceived patient centeredness, and illness representations among persons with diabetes.

@article{Thomas2014AssociationsBP,
  title={Associations between perceived chronic care quality, perceived patient centeredness, and illness representations among persons with diabetes.},
  author={Joseph C. Thomas and Neeraj Neelakantan Iyer and William Bart Collins},
  journal={Journal for healthcare quality : official publication of the National Association for Healthcare Quality},
  year={2014},
  volume={36 5},
  pages={
          50-9
        }
}
Patient beliefs about their illness can motivate behaviors consistent with good disease management. Perceived high-quality chronic care would be expected to increase likelihood of having such beliefs. Associations between perceived quality of chronic care and illness representations, and associations between patient centeredness and illness representations were assessed among persons with diabetes. A mail survey of diabetic patients visiting a multispecialty physician network serving urban and… CONTINUE READING
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