Improvement of patients' health confidence: a comparison of 15 primary care practices and a national sample.

Abstract

Patient health confidence is an easy-to-obtain proxy measure for patient engagement and patient activation. In evidence-based literature syntheses, longitudinal studies, and empiric analyses, this measure is related to desirable consequence of medical care. Adult patients from 15 primary care practices and a national sample report on changes in health… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/JAC.0b013e3182955af7

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