The Primary Care Assessment Survey: tests of data quality and measurement performance.

@article{Safran1998ThePC,
  title={The Primary Care Assessment Survey: tests of data quality and measurement performance.},
  author={Dana Gelb Safran and Mark Kosinski and Alvin R. Tarlov and William H. Rogers and D H Taira and Nicky Lieberman and John E. Ware},
  journal={Medical care},
  year={1998},
  volume={36 5},
  pages={728-39}
}
OBJECTIVES The authors examine the data quality and measurement performance of the Primary Care Assessment Survey (PCAS), a patient-completed questionnaire that operationalizes formal definitions of primary care, including the definition recently proposed by the Institute of Medicine Committee on the Future of Primary Care. METHODS The PCAS measures seven domains of care through 11 summary scales: accessibility (organizational, financial), continuity (longitudinal, visit-based… CONTINUE READING
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