Is fast access to general practice all that should matter? A discrete choice experiment of patients' preferences.

@article{Gerard2008IsFA,
  title={Is fast access to general practice all that should matter? A discrete choice experiment of patients' preferences.},
  author={Karen Gerard and Chris Salisbury and Deborah Street and Catherine Pope and Helen Baxter},
  journal={Journal of health services research & policy},
  year={2008},
  volume={13 Suppl 2},
  pages={3-10}
}
OBJECTIVES To determine the relative importance of factors that influence patient choice in the booking of general practice appointments for two health problems. METHODS Two discrete choice experiments incorporated into a survey of general practice patients and qualitative methods to support survey development. RESULTS An overall response of 94% (1052/1123) was achieved. Factors influencing the average respondent's choice of appointment, in order of importance, were: seeing a doctor of… CONTINUE READING

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