HomeResearch & insightsThe reliability of trust-level survey scores – a comparison of three different scoring models
The reliability of trust-level survey scores – a comparison of three different scoring models
Comparing trusts with one another can be useful for performance monitoring and quality improvement. Three different scoring approaches were examined to determine how reliably they differentiated between trusts’ aggregated patient experience results.
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