Client satisfaction with community-based services in a pilot cost share-service coordination program
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Appl. Gerontol.
PATIENT SATISFACTION; CARE; PERCEPTIONS; Gerontology
The purpose of this research was to measure client satisfaction with community-based services (CBS) in a pilot service coordination-shared cost program. Data were collected with telephone surveys from 307 clients. instruments with demonstrated reliability and validity were used to measure satisfaction with each of the following CBS: homemaker, home-delivered meals, personal care, transportation, and handyman and/or chore services. Results indicated that on average, clients were satisfied with each of the CBS they received. Gender income, and level of satisfaction with other CBS were shown to have some influence on satisfaction levels.
Journal of Applied Gerontology
"Client satisfaction with community-based services in a pilot cost share-service coordination program" (2000). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 2434.