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1). In general, patients had little difficulty in separating a primary concern from others, though some listed their multiple concerns as equal in significance. , headache, sore throat, runny nose), and we were forced to examine the interaction to see if they were treating these as part of the same concern, or as issues to be dealt with separately. In practice, we had no problem in making this determination. The survey also contained a four-item health-status scale, and asked for a range of demographic information, including age, ethnicity, gender, education, income and medical insurance type.
Third, in order to ground the claim that patients’ concerns were (possibly) unmet during visits, it was necessary to obtain a measure of the range of concerns that patients had as they came into the visit. We could only know this by surveying patients, in the waiting room before the visit, about what they wanted to talk to the doctor about. ), we needed to use statistical methods. These methods would allow us to ‘control for’ a range of variables that are exogenous to interaction yet may independently influence whether patients concerns will all be addressed.
This training video was withheld from the participating physicians until they had completed their four ‘control’ cases. , ‘some’ or ‘any’) prior to placing appropriate Post-it notes in patients’ charts. Perhaps the most common physician question about the intervention involved the precise placement of the experimental question, with physicians confirming that it should be asked before information gathering. Only one physician explicitly expressed scepticism about the intervention, saying that he would ‘try it’, but if it ‘caused problems’ he would withdraw from the study.