Care to Share? Patients in Private Rooms Are More Likely to Recommend a Hospital to Others. Journal of patient experience Atsavapranee, E., Heidenreich, P., Smith-Bentley, M., Vyas, A., Shieh, L. 2023; 10: 23743735231158250


A patient's likelihood to recommend a hospital is used to assess the quality of their experience. This study investigated whether room type influences patients' likelihood to recommend Stanford Health Care using Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems survey data from November 2018 to February 2021 (n?=?10,703). The percentage of patients who gave the top response was calculated as a top box score, and the effects of room type, service line, and the COVID-19 pandemic were represented as odds ratios (ORs). Patients in private rooms were more likely to recommend than patients in semi-private rooms (aOR: 1.32; 95% CI: 1.16-1.51; 86% vs 79%, p?

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