Does Quality of Healthcare Service Determine Patient Adherence? Evidence from the Primary Healthcare Sector in India

@article{Mekoth2015DoesQO,
  title={Does Quality of Healthcare Service Determine Patient Adherence? Evidence from the Primary Healthcare Sector in India},
  author={Nandakumar Mekoth and Vidya Dalvi},
  journal={Hospital Topics},
  year={2015},
  volume={93},
  pages={60 - 68}
}
Abstract Patient adherence is extremely important to achieve positive outcome. While quality of healthcare service has been studied as a determinant of patient satisfaction and loyalty, its impact on patient adherence has not been examined. The authors attempt to determine dimensions of quality and their impact on patient adherence in primary healthcare in India. Exploratory factor analysis resulted into seven factors. Factor scores were used for regression to identify the influence of… 

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