Nurse practitioners and physicians: patients' perceived health and satisfaction with care.

@article{Pinkerton2000NursePA,
  title={Nurse practitioners and physicians: patients' perceived health and satisfaction with care.},
  author={Jan Pinkerton and Helen A Bush},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners},
  year={2000},
  volume={12 6},
  pages={211-7}
}
The advent of managed care has created changes in the health care environment and nurse practitioners have found a need to evaluate their care. Perceived health and patient satisfaction were measured in a multiethnic sample of 160 clinic patients, ages 18 to 89, in a managed care setting. Results of the Medical Outcomes Study SF-20 and the Nurse Practitioner Satisfaction Instrument indicated no statistically significant difference in perceived health and satisfaction with care, whether the care… CONTINUE READING

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